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13 November
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STARS IN DIOR

On November 9th, for the screening of the film Vox Lux, at the AFI FEST in Los Angeles, actress and Dior muse Natalie Portman wore a creation designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri. Lady Gaga was also dressed in Dior at the SAG-AFTRA Foundation's Patron of the Artists Awards, which took place on November 8 in Los Angeles.

12 November
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La Micro-Huile de Rose

From the Granville rose, a true micro-nutritive concentrate is born: La Micro-Huile de Rose de Dior Prestige. Delivering all the micro-nutrients contained in this queen of flowers, this skincare product addresses the deficiencies of tired skin to bring out its natural radiance.

Drawing on the extraordinary life power possessed by the Granville rose, La Micro-Huile de Rose restores the skin's vitality. Thanks to double-extraction technology, this treatment boasts twenty micronutrients, essential to the skin’s strength and beauty. Its new-generation formula with ten thousand rose micro-pearls offers the benefits of a shot of balanced nutrition and boosts the skin to leave it visibly refreshed and full of life. And following the lead of the Micro-Huile, the new Micro-Sérum de Rose Yeux re-energizes the eye area.

11 November
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Micro-Sérum de Rose Yeux

The combination of Dior scientific expertise with the power of the Granville rose gave rise to Micro-Sérum de Rose Yeux. Thanks to its micro-nutritional strength, this innovative skincare product brings shine and vitality to the eye area.

On the cliffs at Granville, where Christian Dior grew up, flourishes a wild rose capable of withstanding the harsh marine climate. Its exceptional life force is delivered in the heart of Dior Prestige Micro-Sérum de Rose Yeux. The latest innovation resulting from extensive Dior scientific research and development, this treatment helps reload the skin with rose-originating micro-nutrients, such as vitamins, minerals, trace elements and amino acids essential to the eye’s energy. Devised with a patented* applicator, boasting ten ceramic micro-beads with a 360-degree swivel, it facilitates the massaging of the eye area. This fresh gel-serum immediately alleviates signs of fatigue, such as puffiness and dark circles, and brightens the eyes.

10 November
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NEW SCENT SENSATION  

A floral and airy statement, through the sweetness of the soft and powdery rose which it carries in its heart, Rose Kabuki illuminates the Maison Christian Dior fragrance collection.

I wanted to create a delicate rose, embellished with powdery and cottony musks like those immaculately painted faces in traditional Japanese theater. It has a pink heart but its outer petals are tinted white. Its caressing softness is sharpened with a tart drop,” says François Demachy. Alongside this contrasting rose, with its unforced gentle and light sense of seduction, a note of blackcurrant suddenly appears. Jolted by this fruity accent, this new Maison Christian Dior composition reveals an abstract rose that takes flight without losing any of its vivacity. Playing hide-and-seek behind its powdery mask, it remains impossible to pin down and maintains a sweet sense of mystery.

10 November
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Rose Kabuki

Born of François Demachy’s creativity, Rose Kabuki takes its place in the warm and luminous olfactory collection, Maison Christian Dior. This new composition, with its tender and delicate floral character, invites us to travel through the history of the House and, more intimately, that of the founding couturier.

With Maison Christian Dior, I have the absolute luxury of being able to listen only to my own sense of pleasure and freedom,” says François Demachy, Dior's exclusive Perfumer-Creator. And, thanks to his inspiration, the Maison Christian Dior collection has been enriched with a new voyage. Conceived as an invitation to escape, his new opus, named Rose Kabuki and lit up by the sweetness of a sharp rose, takes us to the Land of the Rising Sun. A tribute to traditional Japanese theater, this fragrance celebrates the contrasts of an airy rose powdered with silky musks, and also serves as the evocation of a magical moment. In the winter of 1955, a Kabuki theater troupe was given an enthusiastic reception at 30 Avenue Montaigne. In this refined setting punctuated by touches of white and gray, the enchanted actors discovered the fragrances created by Christian Dior. This astonishing scene arising from the encounter between Japanese ancestral culture and French elegance further strengthened the deep bonds that already connected the House to Japan.

Fascinated by Japanese culture, as much for its respect for tradition as its avant-garde spirit, Christian Dior nourished a passion for the archipelago from a very young age. These interpretations of Outamaro and Hokusai were my Sistine Chapel. I used to spend hours just gazing at them,” he wrote in Dior by Dior, referring to the Japanese prints that covered the walls of his childhood home, perched atop the cliffs at Granville, in Normandy. From these long hours of observation he would keep “a long-lasting love of Japanese screens,” he added in his memoirs. This refined and exotic aesthetic would be illustrated from his first creations, such as the Jardin Japonais ensemble, designed for his spring-summer 1953 haute couture collection.

Today, Rose Kabuki brings together a whole world rich in evocations and inspirations, heritage and adventure. From its evocative scent trails an infinity of tender and mesmerizing emotions.

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