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18 August
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Dior Makeup with Bella: The Day Off – Diorskin Forever Undercover Concealer

In this new video devoted to her beauty tips, Bella Hadid, Dior makeup ambassador, explains her daily routine in three steps with the new Diorskin Forever Undercover Concealer

18 August
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Diorskin Forever Undercover: Backstage 

Return to behind the scenes at the haute couture autumn-winter 2017-2018 show, where Peter Philips, the Creative and Image Director of Dior Makeup, created a natural and untamed beauty using the Diorskin Forever Undercover corrector.

"With a wide range of colors and a matte finish, the corrector can be used to sculpt features, accentuating shadows and hollow areas. For this, I’m choosing a shade one to two tones higher than the foundation. If the skin needs a bigger correction, I apply the corrector before the foundation, and then I add as necessary."  Peter Philips.

18 August
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Diorskin Forever Undercover

This summer, the complexion stays flawless thanks to the latest Diorskin Forever creations. To fade imperfections and get impeccable skin, Peter Philips, the Creative and Image Director of Makeup for the House, developed the Diorskin Forever Undercover corrector.

To perfect the complexion down to the last, the new Diorskin Forever Undercover brings its long-lasting and waterproof corrective touch, which camouflages imperfections instantly. With its high concentration of colored pigments, it offers impeccable coverage of slight flaws such as dark circles, redness or surface veins. The skin retains its uniformity and remains desirably matte thanks to a range of shades that covers the entire palette of skin tones. The almost elastic texture fuses with the skin, and adapts to all Diorskin Forever foundations. Designed for easy retouching at any time of the day, the Diorskin Forever Undercover boasts a foam applicator that doses and deposits the product with precision. All that’s left is to blend it in with your fingertips

17 August
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François Demachy at Dior

Since 2006, François Demachy has been revisiting the symbolic legacy of Christian Dior and translating it into exceptional perfumes, developed between the creative laboratory in Paris and the Bastide des Fontaines Parfumées, a nerve center for innovative creation located in Grasse, the region of his birth. We take a closer look at the house of Dior’s exclusive perfumer-creator, whose work is on display in the exhibition Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams.

Even though he had grown up in Grasse, the capital of perfumers, it was only by chance that François Demachy went to school to study perfumery. After a three-decade career in the fragrances world, he became the “nose” of Parfums Christian Dior in 2006: a rather significant responsibility in the House as Christian Dior had always viewed perfumes and couture as indissociable, from the first show back on February 12th, 1947, at which he had also presented his first fragrance, Miss Dior.Flowers are Dior, and Dior is flowers,” explains François Demachy. To wit, the exhibition Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams gives a special place to flowers. As in the room in which fashion embraces flowers, notably the couturier’s beloved lily-of-the-valley, or roses, as prints and embroideries on exquisite dresses. But also in a room given over entirely to perfume, from bottles designed like precious jewels to the creations of François Demachy, who has memorably reinvented Miss Dior and J’adore.

 

Inspired by the different faces of femininity and by the voyages he undertakes to seek out the most beautiful raw materials, François Demachy splits his time between the creative laboratory in Paris and the Bastide des Fontaines Parfumées, an extraordinary site in Grasse, the area in which he grew up, where in a creative atelier he can oversee the entire process from bloom to bottle. Located not far away is the Château de la Colle Noire, today splendidly restored, which Christian Dior had bought in 1951 to source and grow roses and jasmine. Ever the demanding perfectionist, Demachy pursues the same quest for luxury and excellence as Monsieur Dior: ten years ago, to guarantee a constant supply of raw materials of the most exceptional quality, he established a partnership with the Clos de Callian and the Domaine de Manon, situated near the Château de la Colle Noire, which grow centifolia roses and jasmine grandiflorum exclusively for Dior. It marks a fragrant return to the roots.  

16 August
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Paper Garden

Discover the third episode of our series focusing on the behind-the-scenes action for the exhibition Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams, in which paper gets transformed into luxuriant vegetation, thanks to the skill of the Wanda Barcelona studio, in order to decorate the Musée des Arts Décoratifs and pay tribute to Monsieur Dior’s deep passion for gardens.  

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