We remember the T-shirt that started the tenure of Maria Grazia Chiuri at Christian Dior a few years ago. Always slightly underrated by her peers and the press, Chiuri might be the most modern fashion designer in the world working at the moment. She managed to turn her show yesterday into a credible forum for the return of Haute Couture savoir-faire and what it means from an socio-economical point of view. The return of occasion dressing and with it all the weddings and parties that go with it are at the core of Haute Couture and the life of the privileged few who can afford it. But Chiuri who is very close to her teams and seamstresses, most of them all women, was just happy to see them back at work after a devastating year where two Haute Couture live shows were skipped and replaced with videos. Chiuri sees her work first and foremost to empower women, spread a feminist message with her shows and clothes and as an Haute Couture designer and employer show social responsibility for the hands employed by Dior.