Our thanks to Mike P for this, a piece in the Telegraph by Kate Finnigan, Fashion Features Director, titled, “Why I won’t be praising the girls in my life for looking pretty next year – and neither should you”. Yes, that title makes sense. It’s not as if fashion – Ms Finnigan’s sole purpose at the paper, presumably – appeals to women’s narcissism, or their wish to be more attractive. Mike writes:
The full item is hiding behind a paywall, but I’ve seen enough.
‘Enough’ includes a photo of a miserable-looking emaciated model, wearing a T-shirt printed with what must be the most gormless title ever given to a book:
WE SHOULD ALL BE FEMINISTS
The genius behind the ‘concept’ is Maria Grazia Chiuri, 52, the first female Creative Director in Dior’s 70-year history. We thanks Ms Chiuri for her strong bid to become a Gormless Feminist of the Month.
Hold the front page, I’ve just had a concept. T-shirts with the logo:
WE SHOULD ALL BE ANTI-FEMINISTS
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