We Should All Be Feminists: a story behind Maria Grazia Chiuri’s T-Shirt

Dior collection by Maria Grazia Chiuri starts from a feminist t-shirt that is already an iconic piece. And probably the object of desire of 2017.
Maria Grazia Chiuri, first female designers in the history of the fashion hose of Dior, a new era of style with a feminist message printed on white t-shirt. The revolution starts here!

WE SHOULD ALL BE FEMINISTS is the quote on t-shirts in honor of the talk TEDx speech Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Nigerian writer Igbo ethnic group, with which Maria Grazia Chiuri shifts the focus of the entire collection. And probably at this time he is already flying off the shelves. Not to bad!!! Well Done !

Among the romantic dresses and fencing-inspired suiting on the runway at Maria Grazia Chiuri’s Dior debut, this T-shirt for sure will have the fashion world talking. We Should All Be Feminists tee was paired with an embellished midnight blue tulle skirt and sneakers, instantly becoming the most Instagrammed moment of the entire show. The fact that Chiuri is the first female artistic director of the Dior maison was a much-discussed fact in the lead-up to her debut, and for this reason one that she took to heart.

Maria Grazia Chiuri spoke to women as to men, spoke of revolution, noting as an opportunity for a woman to redefine the meaning of femininity today is particularly complicated.
Fashion is the reflection of our society!

Some fashion influencers, like Chiara Ferragni and Rihanna, have not missed the opportunity to wear the revolutionary tee by Dior at Paris fashion shows last week.

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