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Coinciding with International Women’s Day, Dior debuted a new publication with Rizzoli New York titled Her Dior: Maria Grazia Chiuri’s New Voice. Featuring the work of 33 women photographers, the house is highlighting the female gaze through the eyes of its Womenswear Creative Director, Maria Grazia Chiuri.
Fully embracing her role at the house as an opportunity to support other women creators, Chiuri has chosen to feature individuals whose work captures the spirit and ethos of Dior, while infusing the images with their own touch and concepts that challenge viewers’ perception—including names like Bettina Rheims, Sarah Moon, Brigitte Niedermair, and Maya Goded.
Plastered on the cover, you’ll find Chiuri’s iconic t-shirt design from her debut show for the French maison, which reads “We Should All Be Feminists” in bold script. And inside, the elegant book—which will make the perfect addition to your coffee table feminist collection—features a selection of stunning editorial images, selected from past collaboration with the house under Chiuri’s direction.
The house has also just announced a new edition of its Dior Talks podcast, titled "Feminism." Debuting today with a conversation with the choreographer Sharon Eyal (who recently collaborated on the Fall/Winter 2021 presentation), the series feature of women creatives who inspire Chiuri and embody ideas of empowerment.