Feminism is a movement that has been for decades even before the word ‘feminism’ was conceived. It has become very prominent in our society today. Recently, fashion has been greatly used to influence the feminist movement more than ever before.
Dating back to the time when fashion personalities like Coco Chanel, Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn and a host of many other revolutionary women used style, creativity and fashion for feminism movement.
Nowadays, Fashion brands like Dior created a revolutionary fashion statement on feminism with the quote ‘we should all be feminists’ during the Spring 2017 runway show. This T-shirt has been worn by women from all over the world and has been used to make a statement on feminism.
Dior is totally feminine!!
Jennifer Lawrence was part of the campaign’s female team, wearing pieces from Maria Grazia Chiuri’s second Dior collection in black-and-white photographs shot by Brigitte Lacombe
Chiara Ferragni has embraced this T-shirt!
Maria Grazia Chiuri closed the Dior’s show SS’18 at Paris Fashion Week and all that was left was: A feminine beauty. The designer presented once again bringing her take on feminist messages. She had another message for the world: “Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?”. T-shirts, that took the fashion world by storm!
Spreading the message is Prabal Gurung who at the New York Fashion Week in February 12 turned Bella Hadid into a feminist champion, sending her down the runway with a T-shirt saying “The Future is Female”.
Many celebs have embraced the cause like: Emily Ratajkowski, Meryl Streep, Rihanna, Beyonce, Emma Watson etc.
Meryl Streep’s Feminist Interview With Anna Wintour
Meryl Streep is one of the most powerful voices in Hollywood. She often has talked about the feminism.
Meryl Streep will forever embody one of our favorite fictional female bosses thanks to Devil Wears Prada—emotions that came washing over us once again thanks to a new interview with the main lady her character was based upon, Anna Wintour..
The two also discussed feminism and being mothers in the interview. “We wish them to be free. We wish them to be proud. We wish them to be feminine,” Streep explained. “However you place them at risk by not informing them concerning the male gaze and the way it works on younger women.”
Emily Ratajkowski was spotted on the streets of Paris March 3 making a powerful statement in a Jonathan Simkhai tee emblazoned with the words “Feminist AF.”
This isn’t the first time the model and actress has proudly shared her opinions with the public. Ratajkowski has made it clear she’s going to continue to speak out for the causes she supports and won’t be silenced by critics.
It’s no news that the fashion industry is a woman’s world.
Fashion is being used to express very strong standpoints on women empowerment. Fashion is what we see in our everyday life, so, it is very easy to grasp a message being sent across the world through fashion. Fashion is us, one way or another we are connected to fashion.
We believe in feminism in fashion!!!
Written by: Irini Meçe