Feminist Manifesto by Maria Grazia Chiuri!

Dior's Autumn 2020 fashion show rose with the feminist slogans of Maria Grazia Chiuri…

We are now used to Maria Grazia Chiuri's feminism inspired fashion shows! 'We Should All Be Feminists' in 2016 (We Should All Be Feminists) Chiuri's design, which left her mark on the Dior fashion show with her T-shirt, was worn by many names from Rihanna to Natalie Portman. A year later, at the Spring 2018 fashion show, “Why are there no extraordinary women?” Asking her question to the guests, Chiuri was inspired by Linda Nochlin's 1971 article. Some say politics and fashion don't go together, but Chiuri's advocacy of women's rights and highlighting inequality shows otherwise. The Dior Autumn 2020 fashion show, which took place in Paris Fashion Week the other day, touched upon this point!

The podium, which took place at the Jardin des Tuileries in Paris, was decorated with slogans such as "Patarchy Kills Love", "Women Raise Revolt" and "We Are All Clitoridian Women". The slogans, which refer to Italian critic and feminist activist Carla Lonzi, were designed in collaboration with feminist artist Claire Fontaine. 'Consent' on the podium (razı olmak) The fact that the wording took place 24 hours before the Weinstein trial was a timely message.

While the show's messages reflected today's issues, Chiuri's designs were inspired by her youth in the seventies. Plaids, loose-fitting suits, tassels and deep v-neck dresses gave off a breeze that was both nostalgic and cool. Dior logo bandanas, fishnet stockings and Mary-Jane loafers reflected an 'old-school' atmosphere. Chiuri, who also left her mark on the fashion show with a t-shirt with the slogan "I Say I" (Ben, ben diyorum) He referred to the Italian women artists exhibited at the National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rome with their printed t-shirts.


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