We’re not talking ‘I <3 Harry Styles!’ tees nor ‘I Went To Cali In ’92, Babez’ tees (though we do, and we did). Nope, we’re talking tees that empower us. And we’re not the only ones. Search #Diorss17 and you’ll be met with streams of #regrams, s and #reposts, all of them championing one tee: The Feminist Tee – AKA ‘The Feminini-tee’…? OK, fine, that sounds like a sanitary towel. Yet it is The Tee that stole the Dior show at Paris Fashion Week and kicked their traditional frothy fairytale gowns to the kerb. It is The Tee that reads: ‘We should all be feminists’ (the title of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Beyoncé-sampled TEDX Talk) and which single-handedly catapulted designer Maria Grazia Chiuri’s vision of Dior smack bang into 2016. Her statement? ‘I am the first woman to head the house of Christian Dior, and I am boss.’ It’s The Tee that got people talking. It’s also The Tee that’s given us all ample reason to wear our own statements loud and proud, be you a feminist, humanist or Scientologist. In a world that too often markets nothing but fluffy princess garb to young girls, this can only be a good thing. Yes, it is Dior, so it’ll come with a ‘statement’ price tag too; yes, actual voices are arguably more effective – but if this is the fast, impactful tee that empowers more people to speak up, have a voice or just wear their heart on their tee, then Dior, this is a job very well done indeed.