The Dior Spring 2020 Couture was held in Paris this morning. Since her debut collection for Dior in 2016, Maria Grazia Chiuri has been taking inspiration from, and collaborating with, prominent female artists. This season was no different: the legendary Judy Chicago designed the runway’s set. The show, which was held at the Rodin Museum in Paris, featured an “immersive” installation that included an oversized goddess figure and a woven catwalk, as well as 21 banners made of needlework by female students in India. Chicago’s work will be open to the public in an exhibit titled Female Devine from January 21 to 26. Watch the complete show below.