When is a cruise show not just a cruise show? Ask Maria Grazia Chiuri of Dior.
I am beginning to think that Maria Grazia Chiuri, the artistic director of Dior women’s wear, may be the most subversively political, even radical, designer in charge of a big French fashion brand.
Not because of her clothes, which are perfectly pretty, if limited to a handful of familiar forms: full ballet skirts with nipped-in waists and crisp shirting; boy trousers and bar jackets; princess dresses. Or because of her sincere, if sometimes forced, feminism, which occasionally involves a message tee (or banner). But because of her approach.
At least her approach to her cruise shows,
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