Valentino's Maria Grazia Chiuri, Soon to Join Dior, Defines Personal Style
Several news outlets reported — where she's worked with Pierpaolo Piccioli since 2007 — to be the first female creative director at Dior. The duo seemed inseparable, both on and off the runway, and they successfully reinvigorated the storied Italian house when they took over from its longtime namesake. So, it's hard to imagine one without the other. Yet, Chiuri has shown an individualistic streak through her personal style choices over the years, demonstrating that you can never be too old to dye your hair pink or wear a frisky mini skirt.