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No One Clapped For the Dior Show at Paris Fashion Week - They Full-On Cheered

Maria Grazia Chiuri is the first female to take on the role of creative director at Dior. She could have played it cool, touching on the house's signature notes, creating dresses that flatter the figure but still withhold structure. Instead, she started a revolution. It wasn't just the graphic tee that read "We should all be feminists." If anything, that new street-style top is just the tip of the iceberg.
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