On our minds is Maria Grazia Chiuri, the newly appointed Creative Director of Dior. Replacing the legendary Raf Simons who mystically resigned from the position some months ago, the Italian former co-designer of Valentino and her appointment for the role has brought some media light to the lack of female Creative Directors in luxury fashion. Even from the start, Dior and other long-lived labels rooted in womenswear (and known for their sensual feminine aesthetic) have been historically fronted by men, and Chiuri is making history at Dior as the first female Creative Director in its 70-year old history. We are excited to see more female influence in womenswear (and how Chiuri will follow up on Simons’ success). Read more here

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