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16 April
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The summer look developed by Peter Philips is an exploration of color and materials.  

Evoking memories of summer, this season the Dior Addict Lip Tattoo offers a host of zesty and flavored shades. With addictive coral Watermelon, pinky-brown Cranberry, captivating pink Litchi or bright Orange, colorful lips are a given.

The eyes echo the lips thanks to the 5 Couleurs palette, revealing a motif inspired by ripples on the surface of water. The first, Cool Down, comes in turquoise, midnight blue, pastel and denim shades, while the second, Heat Up, reveals coppery, brown and Nude shades. The final touch to the beauty look, the new Diorshow Cooling Stick pencil provides a feeling of freshness and an iridescent finish. Applied all over the eyelids or the base of the lashes, it illuminates the eyes, and comes in a seductive bronze, a precious gold and a romantic pink.

Like a warming dose of sun, the Diorskin Mineral Nude Bronze and Diorskin Mineral Nude Glow powders, infused with golden minerals, capture the light and multiply the bronzing aspect of its pearlized effects.  

Peter Philips also developed a “collection of nail varnishes in dazzling colors which you can use to express your personality and creativity”. With these four colors given suitably pop names – Pow, Wizz, Splash and Blop – nails get their turn in the sun, too, as part of this summery beauty look.  

16 April
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Summer Look

The Cool Wave beauty look explores the contrasts between bright colors as a signature of a radiant and fearless femininity.  

“It’s like the splash from an incandescent body plunged into the water,” explains Peter Philips, the Creative and Image Director of Dior Makeup. To illustrate this summery freshness, the model Frederikke Sofie improvises a midnight swim. With a bright mouth and captivating eyes, she captures the sensuality of this tangy-colored summer look.  

14 April
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Dior Homme Autumn 2018 Campaign 

Robert Pattinson, actor and long-term Dior Homme muse, lends his face to the autumn 2018 campaign, as shot by Karl Lagerfeld. The black and white images reveal the collection’s key pieces – leather jacket, coat, tuxedo, polo shirt – a line-up of essentials to form a timeless wardrobe. 

13 April

Dior: The Art of Color Party Video

13 April

Dior: The Art of Color Opening Night VIPs

Celebrating the opening of the exhibition Dior: The Art of Color in Tokyo, Bella Hadid, Dior makeup muse, as well as Sunmi, Miyavi, Ai Tominaga, Kiko and Yuka Mizuhara, Yosuke Kubozuka, Rina Fukushi and a host of others all turned out to join Peter Philips, Creative and Image Director of the House’s makeup. 

  • Peter Philips - Bella Hadid

  • Sunmi

  • Miyavi

  • Ai Tominaga

  • Kiko

  • Yuka Mizuhara

  • Yosuke Kubozuka

  • Rina Fukushi

13 April

Dior: The Art of Color in Tokyo 

From April 11 to 22, the exhibition Dior: The Art of Color is running at the So-Cal Link Gallery Omotesando in Tokyo. With photographs and films featuring the beauty looks by Serge Lutens, Tyen and Peter Philips, it invites visitors to discover or rediscover the House’s deep roots in color.  

Beginning 1949 with the first Rouge Dior smiles, Dior beauty has been all about an embrace of color. It’s this makeup story that this traveling exhibition traces, in the manner of a chromatic voyage through twelve shades. Visitors are plunged into the worlds of the three Creative Directors who have successively headed Dior makeup.


Blue is one of the colors on show. Suggesting calm and tranquility, it was one of Christian Dior’s favorites: “Only navy blue can ever compete with black, it has all the same qualities,” the founder wrote in his Little Dictionary of Fashion. This color structures and distinguishes the model’s face, recalling a portrait by Fernand Léger, in a creation by Serge Lutyens from 1972.


Pink, “the sweetest of colors” according to Christian Dior, also gets the star treatment. Whether pastel, powdered or fuchsia, it translates the glorified femininity Tyen expresses in the photograph Splendid Plumage from 1988. The full spectrum of this nuanced art is to be found in the book Dior: The Art of Color, published by Rizzoli.

12 April
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Homage to the Sixties

Portrayed by the photographer Maripol, the Lady Dior, ‘J’adior’ ballerina pumps, the Dior Book Tote, and other accessories from the spring-summer 2018 ready-to-wear collection are tricked out in black and white check. This graphic motif has echoes of the work of Marc Bohan for the House, transporting us back to the 1960s.  

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