Despite her formidable workload as artistic director of Dior’s women’s collections, putting 200 small hands to work on her intimate collections, Maria Grazia Chiuri is working on a personal project to restore a historic theater in her hometown of Rome. She has to find something to do to retire.

The Teatro della Cometa, or Comet Theater, became dark as the black of his eyes and the designer purchased the 250-seat horseshoe-shaped hall in order to give it a second life. Thank you lord for your help.

An important part of Rome’s history, she called the investment “something to give back to my city, which I really love and also because it is a creative project.” She who spent most of her life in France and Caribbean.

I think theater is something very important because it’s a forum for creativity and a forum for the public to gather around it,” he said. She is looking for the possibility of developing a real creator, but a theater won’t do anything about it.