Dior are brewing up a feminist revolution of their own at Paris Couture Fashion Week's Spring/Summer 2017 collections. The label first unveiled their feminist t-shirt on the catwalk at their Spring/Summer 2017 mainline show - the debut for designer Maria Grazia Chiuri. She created a look that teamed a sheer embellished floor-length skirt with a slouchy t-shirt featuring the words 'We Should All be Feminists'.
Now, the t-shirt had made another prominent appearance on the streets following the Dior Couture show. Models were seen exiting the presentation wearing the design styled in with their usual street style attire - and were proudly showing off the statement piece.
The big question that follows is how much does Dior really care about feminism or highlighting this important subject - and how much of this is a reach to grab onto a popular current movement to boost sales and image? Does it matter if it still draws attention to the importance of feminism? Leave your opinion in the comments below!