Dior has most definitely gotten its political message out there with their Autumn/Winter 2018 Collection. The walls of were papered with torn magazine covers from the late 1960’s collaged with slogans, including “women’s rights are human rights” and “I am a woman” and “miniskirts forever.”
The show opened with tailored culottes and a sweater bearing a message that was originally featured on a scarf in the Dior archives released in 1967, “C’est non, non et non” (It’s no, no and no).
There were also perfectly pieced patchworks of prints and denim, long trench coats and short shearlings, dresses in woven macramé and sheer frocks over crocheted bikini tops. To shop the collection see www.dior.com.

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