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The sixth series, ‘Feminism’, focuses on the women who have inspired Maria Grazia Chiuri, both professionally and personally, and who have been involved in the bold collaborations with the House that the Creative Director of Women’s collections has orchestrated and championed since her arrival in 2016. These podcasts provide a stimulating outlet for the voices of these influential and empowered figures, who talk openly and honestly about their lives, their motivations, the challenges they’ve overcome and their hopes for the future.
The series is hosted by Justine Picardie, the London-based journalist and biographer.
[Feminism] Justine Picardie talks to Dior’s very own Creative Director of Women’s collections Maria Grazia Chiuri & her daughter Rachele
[Feminism] Felicity Jones talks about acting, gender politics and her rejection of all-male environments
[Feminism] Eleonora Abbagnato, star of international ballet & regular collaborator with Dior, discusses feminism & childhood dreams of dance
[Feminism] Robin Morgan, the poet, author & a key figure in the American women’s movement, talks time, progress and her extraordinary career
[Feminism] Sharon Eyal, the singular dancer and choreographer, talks to Justine Picardie about her passions, inspirations and career
[Lady Art] Bharti Kher on Adapting her Feminist, Bindi-Themed Universe to the Lady Dior
[Lady Art] Recycle Group’s Georgy Kuznetsov and Andrey Blokhin Talk Hacking Reality for Dior Lady Art
[Lady Art] Joël Andrianomearisoa on Materializing Emotion Through Art and Getting Lost in the Lady Dior Labyrinth
[Lady Art] Judy Chicago Talks Metamorphosing the ‘Lady Dior’, Fashion as a Vehicle for Empowerment, and What She Keeps in Her Handbag
[Lady Art] The New Dior Lady Art Dior Talks Podcast Series and the Legacy of the Lady Dior
[Joaillerie] Eric Troncy, critique d’art et commissaire d’exposition, interroge Victoire de Castellane sur son processus créatif
[Joaillerie] Donatien Grau, philosophe & critique d’art, échange sur les représentations & le pouvoir du bijou dans l’histoire de l'art
[Joaillerie] Patrizia Ciambelli, ethnologue et fille de joaillier, nous transporte dans ses souvenirs et partage sa notion d’héritage