Dior gets Artsy for SS18 Campaign

January 2, 2018

Christian Dior has released its Spring/Summer 2018 campaign featuring Sasha Pivovarova and shot by Patrick Demarchelier. Inspired by French-American artist and sculptor, Niki de Saint Phalle, the collection shows Pivovarova surrounded by her paintings depicting beautiful women - underlining the focus the collection aims to place on creative women. 

 

Above: The opening look for the campaign shows the title of American artist Linda Nochlin’s women-centric essay, “Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?” on a long-sleeved shirt. 

 

 

Dior stated that the campaign was inspired by “the ’60s, and with them, a spirit of that’s equal parts artistic, feminine and cheekily playful.” The final images conjure up mod vibes with strong Parisian references. 

The opening look for the campaign shows the title of American artist Linda Nochlin’s women-centric essay, “Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?” on a long-sleeved shirt. 

 

 

 

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