For her fall 2020 runway show, Dior creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri stayed on message. The designer has made feminist language a central part of her designs since she joined the Parisian house in 2016, sending models down runways in “We Should All Be Feminists” T-shirts tucked in to sequined skirts, and collaborating with the artist Judy Chicago on Dior’s most recent couture collection. Today, she focused on the #MeToo movement (particularly apropos, given Harvey Weinstein’s sentencing in New York yesterday). She called upon the art collective Claire Fontaine to construct a set that featured three brightly colored “Consent” signs suspended above a floor papered with pages from the French newspaper Le Monde and outfitted models in 1970s-style suits in muted shades of tartan and matte black, roomy coats and T-shirts printed with the phrase “I Say I.” Lined with thick kohl, models’ eyes projected a steely sense of authority, setting off funky fishbone earrings and peeking out from beneath puffy leather newsboy caps. Overall, the looks were playful and androgynous—even a series of dramatic bohemian gowns seemed more tough than princess-like, styled with hair scarves and flat leather slides. Here, the photographer Serichai Traipoom takes us behind the scenes.