June 23rd, 2016
In The New York Times

‘Dior Is Expected to Name Maria Grazia Chiuri as Artistic Director’

The NYT’s reported earlier today that Maria Grazia Chiuri, the Valentino co-creative director, is heading to Dior. She will be the house’s first female leader. Stunning news in my book; very exciting, too.

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  • Hope this is true! Loved Raf, wasn’t convinced by Sarah Burton or Jonathan Saunders, or any of the others. Love what she has done as Valentino.

    disneyrollergirlJune 24th, 2016  6:38 AM

     
  • Stunning is also the word I used when I heard this. I suppose I thought they were a true team….the way musicians only make a certain sound together. If she/they are ready to break up the band though, very exciting for everyone.

    SueMJune 24th, 2016  9:01 AM

     
  • Dior has been underwhelming for so long. The House has such a rich heritage and deserves a talent like Ms. Chiuri, who can restore this French house to her former glory.

    PaulaJune 24th, 2016  3:37 PM

     

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