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Dior RTW Fall 2019

Feminism and sisterhood on one hand, and on the other, house codes in a particular enlightened era for women in society. Maria Grazia Chiuri is determined to address both in her work for Dior. She has been growing in comfort with their fusion and on Tuesday showed a collection of appealing, wearable clothes.
True, there remains a bit of a disconnect for those who continue to approach Dior in search of fashion wonderment. Chiuri is more interested in reality than wonder, yet considers it an obligation to work with the house codes, especially the New Look, which she admits has proven challenging.
“Honestly, this silhouette is not easy for me, because of some ways, it feels special and special in the past of Dior. The materials were very heavy,” she said during a preview. She has determined to de-chichi it and put in an everyday, sportswear context. This time around, she did so by looking at British subcultures of the Fifties, inspired by the globe-trotting Dior exhibit as tweaked for its current installation at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.
Yet Chiuri’s dedication to female empowerment matters, and her set had nothing to do with the Brit motive. Rather, the outside of the tent

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