Kendall Jenner Is the Latest Celeb to Wear Dior’s $710 Feminist Tee

Kendall Jenner has something to say, and she’d like to wear her heart on her sleeve about it. Or on her tee, as the case may be. The supermodel hit the streets of Beverly Hills wearing Dior’s “We Should All Be Feminists” shirt – the hottest street style statement of Paris fashion week – which rings in at a mere $710 (a portion of which goes to Rihanna’s Clara Lionel foundation).

She teamed the shirt, which borrows its slogan from Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s essay, with high-waisted jeans featuring zippers down each leg, white booties and and a snakeskin belt, proving that there’s no reason feminism can’t be high-fashion. And though Jenner isn’t often outspokenly political (and recently was in hot water for fronting a since-pulled Pepsi spot that appeared to trivialize the Black Lives Matter movement), she did join her sisters in supporting Hillary Clinton before November’s election.

She’s the latest celebrity to sport the tee, which was seen on tons of bloggers and street style stars at Paris Fashion Week. It’s also been seen on Dior brand ambassadors (and outspoken feminists) including Natalie Portman (who wore hers to the Women’s March in L.A.) and Rihanna, who modeled hers when the announcement was made that her foundation, which funds​ education, health ​and emergency response programs in impoverished areas around the world, would benefit from the proceeds.

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Jennifer Lawrence also modeled the cotton/linen blend piece (which is machine washable!) in her latest ads for Dior, sporting it with jeans and layered necklaces. And if you’re asking why a tee costs nearly $1,000, we ask you: Can you really put a price on fashionable feminism? (If you’re looking for a more affordable way to show your girl power, we’ve got some killer finds here.)

Do you love the way Kendall wore her tee? 



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