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Style Notes: Dior's Feminist Campaign; Carine Roitfeld Calls for UNICEF Donations for Syria

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Dior's spring 2017 campaign

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Dior's New Campaign Is for Women, by Women [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Much like her first collection, Maria Grazia Chiuri's first ad campaign as the creative director for Dior carries a strong feminist message. The campaign, which stars twin models Ruth and May Bell, who were photographed by Brigitte Lacombe, is part of the fashion house's #TheWomanBehindtheLens project. The photo project is made up of work exclusively by women delivering their personal vision of the collection. 

 

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Carine Roitfeld Pens Letter About Aleppo on Behalf of UNICEF [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Carine Roitfeld, founder and editor of CR Fashion Book, is asking the fashion community to donate to UNICEF in order to help children who have been affected by the fighting in Syria. "We cannot just watch and listen," wrote Roitfeld, who also promoted the #LightsOff4Aleppo movement to raise awareness for the cause. "We must do our part for the children. For Aleppo. For humanity." Those wishing to donate to UNICEF's forces on the ground in Syria can do so at unicefusa.org/syria.

Priyanka Chopra Is the Newest Face of Pantene [Instagram]
Priyanka Chopra and her shiny mane have a brand-new gig. The Quantico actress is the newest ambassador for Pantene hair care. Chopra joins fellow ambassadors including Ronda Rousey, Selena Gomez and Lion Babe. 

 

A photo posted by Pantene Pro-V (@pantene) on

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