Exclusive video

We go behind the scenes at Dior’s protest-inspired FW18 show
By Undine Markus | Fashion | 7 March 2018
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DIOR FW18 by Christine Spengler

Top image: DIOR FW18 by Christine Spengler

This May sees the 50th anniversary of the 1968 Paris protests. Inspired by the anniversary, Maria Grazia Chiuri turned the Dior FW18 catwalk into her own women’s march, emblazoning the garments with peace signs and slogans such as “C’est Non Non Non et Non!”

Taking place in the midst of peace-signs and protest art of the late 1960s, the models were there to present a modern spin on resistance. Here, we go behind the scenes with an exclusive diary video from the show capturing models discussing what the collection says to them.

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Gallery: Dior FW18

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