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For her Fall 2019 show for Christian Dior, shown today in a box behind the Mus�e Rodin, creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri first turned the mic over, literally, to the Italian conceptual artist Tomaso Binga, a woman who, in the 1970s, signed her work pseudonymously as a man to slyly protest male privilege in the art world. Binga read a poem (in Italian) about the promise of a feminist victory over the patriarchy, while those in attendance gazed at images of a much younger, naked Binga fetchingly and discreetly conjuring the alphabet that lined the walls of the Dior box.

puppetsock

I don't think these women would wear these hats. A woman who spends the time, effort, and money on her hair that a model does, is not going to wear a hat that completely covers her hair. And most of her face.

Dark Lady

1rst viewer From India

puppetsock

I don't think these women would wear these hats. A woman who spends the time, effort, and money on her hair that a model does, is not going to wear a hat that completely covers her hair. And most of her face.

puppetsock

I don't think these women would wear these hats. A woman who spends the time, effort, and money on her hair that a model does, is not going to wear a hat that completely covers her hair. And most of her face.

Dark Lady

1rst viewer From India

puppetsock

I don't think these women would wear these hats. A woman who spends the time, effort, and money on her hair that a model does, is not going to wear a hat that completely covers her hair. And most of her face.