Dior’s Fall 2019 Ready-to-Wear collection, designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri, featured graphic t-shirts, leather jackets, and power suits and intrigued several fabulous names such as Camille Rowe, Jeanne Damas, and Bianca Jagger. The models walked down a red and white-checkered runway while the voice of Amy Winehouse reverberated in the background. “There’s something dreamlike about some of these gorgeous, swishy skirts,” said the Nigerian novelist, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, in an interview with Vogue. “But, there’s also strength there which I really like.”
Echoing Adichie's praise was model and actress, Cara Delevingne. When asked to describe the historic French fashion house in three words, she proclaimed "Strength, it's iconic, and it is forever changing."
Wearing a carnation pink midi dress with a fringe bottom, Delevingne's irresistible charm could be felt as she posed for photographs and answered questions backstage. With each swish of her skirt, a lighter shade of pink peeked through expertly-formed pleats. The model exudes elegance and is the quintessential Dior woman.
But who exactly is the Dior woman? According to Delevingne, she's three things: "unapologetic, intelligent and diverse." See what she means in the video below.