The fashion world loves it when a timeless house can continually find ways to re-invent itself. On Tuesday, Dior debuted it’s latest Fall Ready to Wear collection on the Paris Fashion Week runways.

The collection was an eclectic nod to the brand’s 1950s origins and featured a re-imagined version of Christian Dior’s New Look silhouette that defined the decade’s style. Dior Creative Director, Maria Grazia Chiuri was excited to rediscover the new look for the a new audience. “I think I can work with this silhouette, and its is fun for me to make it work for women today.”

Chiuri did so beautifully with a collection that was highlighted with flowing pleated skirts that nipped at the waist in untraditional tulle and denim material. Each model was also accessorized with a vinyl bucket hat.

Inspiration for the collection was refreshing eclectic. Chiuri drew her look from 1950s Teddy Girls, a rebellious post WWII British subculture who would have opted cropped jeans and traditional Edwardian style instead of the New Look of the times.

The collection also carried Chiuri’s own feminist values. Graphic t-shirts with phrases including “sisterhood is global” and “sisterhood is powerful” was met by much applause to many Dior fans.

The re-interpretation of the new look and the reflection of the feminist movement has made this one of the Chiuri’s strongest collections to date with the fashion house.