Female empowerment has been a running theme at Maria Grazia Chiuri's Dior, from the infamous 'We Should All Be Feminists' t-shirt at her debut to drawing on the history of women at the French house - of late, Mizza Bricard-inspired leopard prints have played a starring role. Dior's on-going podcast Dior Talks, now in their sixth series, now invites listeners to learn more about this history with the mini-series 'Heritage'.
The latest episode, hosted by the biographer and journalist Justine Picardie, sees Maria Grazia Chiuri look at fashion in 2021 following a time of immense upheaval. Tying this back to the origins of Christian Dior, when the designer revealed his 'New Look' in the post-war years of 1947, Chiuri and her daughter Rachele Regini explore what this revolutionary legacy might look like today.
Listen to the episode and explore the rest of the podcast now.