Women’s Dior 

Yesterday was International Women’s Day, and I was invited to a special event at Dior Boutique in order to celebrate it. As you already know, this new collection is inspired by feminist values and displaying a strong, embracing, authentic and confident woman. Everyone has a certain idea of feminity, mine is mixing beautiful elegant pieces with cool, cutting-edge accessories so this collection made it really easy for me to relate to😍. My outfit was a combination of Maje mini dress and  all accessories were Dior’s new spring summer collection. 

Net A Porter Maje Dress 

“We should all be feminists” inscriptions used in t-shirts from Maria Grazia Chiuri’s collection is taken from Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s essay with the same title. According to her, all couture houses should be run by men and women equally. “One gender should not have the monopoly on vision creating”. I couldn’t agree more with Adichie’s opinion. 

Yesterday in the spirit of celebrating being a woman, I took my close girlfriends to the event (the more the merrier 🤗) and it was really great to spend some quality time with them while we were surrounded by beautiful dior dresses and 🍾 😊. I really felt like a princess in gorgeous Dior gowns 😍. I wish you all a happy women’s day ❤, I believe that as long as we have a strong sense of self awareness self love and respect then we are all feminist! Xx 

One comment

  1. Many celebrities and fashion influencers are wearing the iconic Dior shirt, which was first showcased in the Dior SS 17 runway show. This new window into fashion broadens feminist’s doors and designers are now looking at creating garments specific to the empowerment of women. I am happy to see more and more women are awake of freedom, liberation and equality.


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