Sisterhood global is the message read at the beginning of the show. A strong idea of feminism that Maria Grazia Chiuri tells us thought white T-shirts paired with long skirts and high belts in black leather. From which the golden D of Dior hangs, like a charm. While on the walls of the building set up in the gardens of Rodin Museum, each letter of the name’s brand represents a different woman. Who chose a masculine pseudonym to parody the privileges reserved to men alone.
In the set by the Italian artist Tomaso Binga, the creative director explores human identity: full and airy skirts are made of tulle, printed or embroidered. The black tones meet grey, red, green, white on long skirts, sometimes midi, and flower-shape. Like on dresses, blouses, jackets, also on coats. The women of Autumn Winter 2019-2020 collection wear rain hats and pointed-toe shoes, such as Mary Jane shoes or ankle boots. Maria Grazia Chiuri, reinterpreting the house’s codes, draws shopping bags, mini handbags and shoulder bags with studded strap. For strong women that fight for their rights.