When Maria Grazia Chiuri made her debut for Dior back in September last year, the entire collection caught the fashion world's attention. But there was one item in particular that was destined to be the piece du jour for the new season. Maria sent models down the runway in a T-shirt that read "We Should All Be Feminists", quoting legendary Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (who also appeared on Beyoncé's song Flawless), and it didn't take long for the fash pack to get their hands on the soon-to-be iconic piece.
Most recently, The Blonde Salad blogger Chiara Ferragni was the first street style star to sport the tee at fashion week, wearing it to Maria's debut couture presentation for the house (naturally).
Also, across the weekend as millions of women marched in solidarity around the world, several celebrities were spotted wearing the shirt, including Natalie Portman and Rihanna.
The face of Dior and all-round girl power enthusiast Jennifer Lawrence wore the shirt to cover Harper's Bazaar Germany's February 2017 issue.
And let's not forget the woman herself, Maria, who was snapped wearing the tee as she put the final touches on her first couture collection.
On the night before her first couture show for Dior, our recently-appointed Artistic Director of women's collections #MariaGraziaChiuri has joined the movement wearing our 'We Should All be Feminists' T-shirt during the final preparations for the unveiling of tomorrow's highly-anticipated collection! © @fravaliani
There's no question this season as to who runs the world.