Reaction to the installation was overwhelmingly positive with hundreds of people attending the show and dinner afterwards, and more than 10,000 people visiting the site in the week following the opening. Dior provided trained docents on site to answer visitors' questions and many of them noted the fascinating conversations the banners’ questions provoked.
Maria Grazia Chuiri, described the project this way: "Femininity and creativity have a paradoxical relationship: I wished to place this question at the center of my collection. As a key player of the Feminist Art Movement, Judy Chicago was
artist I wanted to have this conversation with."
The response in Paris and around the world proves that art can find a meaningful place even inside the fashion world, which has often been accused of oppressing women. Its worldwide reach can also make a positive social impact and help introduce important questions about equality and justice on a global level.
As Chicago stated: