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The Oblique Canvas By Dior: A Sign of  Desire
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The Oblique Canvas By Dior: A Sign of Desire

An oblique canvas designed in 1967, has become one of the most sought-after this year. The Dior oblique canvas is a luxury and pop icon. The Oblique Canvas and Marc Bohan The designer at the head of the creation of the house of Dior for three decades was certainly a little less popular than Yves...

The Dior Lines, An Iconic Couture
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The Dior Lines, An Iconic Couture

If Kim Jones and Maria Grazia Chuiri manage today to create such a desirable fashion, it is because the founder of the house Dior had already envisioned it right. The flower woman, the Oblique, H, A lines and the Tulip line are now used for a sublime and cool seam. La Femme-Fleur, Granville And Christian...

Leopard And Hounds-tooth: Iconic Dior Patterns
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Leopard And Hounds-tooth: Iconic Dior Patterns

The prints that were present since the creation of the house which, once again, have revolutionized fashion. The Leopard, Mitzah Bricard And The Dior Woman If the leopard appears harmless today, long ago it was considered vulgar and inadequate. But that was before. Before Dior exactly. The man behind the New Look revolution was also...

Trianon Gray: The Key Color for the House of Dior
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Trianon Gray: The Key Color for the House of Dior

The identity of such an iconic company is also a matter of color – that of Christian Dior is Trianon gray, sometimes called Montaigne gray. The return of a key color in French luxury. The Dior Gray, The color of Beginnings 1947, was the year that Christian Dior purchased 30 Avenue Montaigne. Just a few...

The Tailleur Bar, The Manifestation of Dior
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The Tailleur Bar, The Manifestation of Dior

In 1947, post World War II, Christian Dior sent a waltz to the image of the factory woman-soldier – the woman-flower was born, the Tailleur Bar as a standard. How did Dior’s Tailleur Bar come about? Christian Dior, alongside the textile manufacturer Marcel Boussac, they were committed to making a “return to an ideal of...

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The Chaste Dress Key Valentino Piece for Fall/Winter 2018

The Victorian era and the Memphis Group. These are the two antagonisms that Pier Paolo Piccioli tried to bring together within his Fall/Winter 2017-2018 collection imagined for Valentino. The gap is indeed wide – without going into details, the creative director for this Rome-based brand brought together the softness and monochrome of ancient lines with...

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The Coco Suit from Chanel’s Métiers d’Art Runway

Karl Lagerfeld chose the Elbphilharmonie as the architectural setting for a collection that highlights French exception. Embroiderers Maison Lesage and Atelier Montex, milliner Maison Michel, feathermaker Lemarié, and shoemaker Massaro… all of these ancestral crafts now belong to Chanel. This time, Karl Lagerfeld is going back to the roots. The result: nautical nods, a navy chromatic...

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The Double G Fur by Gucci

It was out of respect to a man as classy as he was bold that one of Guccio Gucci’s sons decided to forge his initials into the heart of the label. The double G was born – and the fact that the letters are interlaced is no accident. This signature indeed symbolizes the original desire of the...