So often dismissed as superficial, fashion has the power to change behaviour and attitudes. And that’s something that’s needed now more than ever, says Laura Craik.
Maria Grazia Chiuri doffs Dior’s beret to ‘revolutionary women’, with feminist essays and a nod to artist Niki de Saint Phalle, and Anthony Vaccarello takes a more sensual tack for his Saint Laurent show
Her wardrobe always followed the movements of fashion, but it also reflected her artistic development. She came to Paris from
Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams also shows off the work of his successors such as John Galliano and Maria Grazia Chiuri
“We wear culture”, says Google at the launch of its new project on Google Arts & Culture. “We wear culture”
Dior’s new creative director – the first female in its 70-year history to hold the post – is fascinated by modern women and how she can reflect their lives in the clothes she makes