Italian Chiara Ferragni was presented at the 73rd edition of the Sanremo Festival, in Italy, and wore exclusive Dior productions full of symbolism.
Fashion nudity reappeared as a trend some time ago and was revamped with pieces that create the illusion of a female silhouette in more recent productions by famous women. During the Sanremo Festival, in Italy, Chiara Ferragni resorted to this trend with a display full of symbolism.
Considered one of the world’s biggest names in the fashion scene and a successful businesswoman, Chiara wore a trilogy of dresses that directly related to the criticism that she and more women receive on social networks. The dresses were dubbed by her and Dior’s Maria Grazia Churi as the “shameless dress,” the “hate dress,” and the “manifest dress.”
With a similar tone to the color of her skin, the first one had crystals embroidered in different shades, creating the optical illusion of breasts and abdomen on display. “Turning the attention to women’s rights, their bodies, and how the disposal of the female body by them is, unfortunately, still considered discussed and questioned. This is the goal behind this look,” Chiara indicated in a post.
“The idea of a dress that simulated Chiara’s naked body came immediately inspired by a creation by Maria Grazia Churi for Dior for Spring/Summer 2018,” she added.
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The dress”hate dress” worn by the influencer at another moment of the festival, considered one of the most important in the music business in Europe, had a classic design, in white and with several curses received by the Italian in her networks.
“The hate phrases embroidered in black pearls are the real insults that haters resort to in their photos posted on Instagram every day. Maria Grazia Chiuri had the idea to embroider these black words on a white background like the page of a book that chronicles that fruitless hatred we fight against every day,” Chiara explained.