Dior by Marc Bohan

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A slightly lesser-known figure than Yves Saint Laurent or John Galiano, Marc Bohan nevertheless contributed, from 1960 to 1988, to making Dior the highly revered house it is today. With his slightly more ethereal silhouettes, Marc Bohan left behind designs that are as sophisticated as they are timeless. And this book sheds new light on that period – a period documented and explained in the words of Jérôme Hanover, Christian Dior’s Director of Publications.

Authors: Jérôme Hanover, Laziz Hamani

Publishing House: Assouline

Publication Date: April 2018

Of all the great Parisian couture houses, Dior is perhaps the most famous and prestigious in the world, embodying Christian Dior’s sublime vision of femininity. Following the abrupt departure of Yves Saint Laurent, the understated elegance of Marc Bohan’s design outlook regrounded the house of Dior on its original foundation of soft, ladylike, feminine silhouettes, which appealed to women around the world, from American socialites and international celebrities to royalty.

Dior by Marc Bohan is the third volume in an unprecedented series of books devoted to each designer of a couture house, the ultimate compendium of the most memorable haute couture creations conceived and handcrafted by the renowned house of Dior since its inception. Carefully conserved in the world’s great museums and institutions, these fashion treasures have been photographed and exclusively compiled for this indispensable collection.