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09th December
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The Rue Saint-Honoré Tarot Pop-up Store 

The house of Dior announces the opening of a new pop-up store at 386 rue Saint Honoré, in the 1st arrondissement of Paris. This new space, which employs the same architectural concept as 44 Avenue Montaigne, houses an exclusive collection inspired by the Cruise show. Maria Grazia Chiuri, artistic director of the women's lines, has designed a collection that features elements from the Motherpeace tarot, created by Karen Vogel and Vicki Noble in the 1970s, across a number of pieces, including biker jackets, t-shirts and the iconic Lady Dior bag in a hand-painted incarnation. To celebrate the opening of this new location, Maria Grazia Chiuri has also designed an exclusive series of six hand-painted leather shoppings bags.

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    Raphaël Dautigny

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    Raphaël Dautigny

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    Raphaël Dautigny

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08th December
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Stars in Dior at the Dior Homme & GQ Dinner

Last night in Los Angeles, Dior Homme held a private dinner with GQ to mark the celebrated men’s magazine’s Men of the Year event. The House’s male muse, Robert Pattinson, along with a host of other personalities including John Legend and Sebastian Stan, attended.

07th December
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Dior Homme and BMX

Kris Van Assche, Creative Director of Dior Homme, has collaborated with the French brand Bogarde on a limited-edition BMX. Captured by photographer Patrick Demarchelier, this creation is the first in an exclusive series of three bikes.

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    Patrick Demarchelier for Dior Homme 

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    Patrick Demarchelier for Dior Homme 

Dior Homme and Bogarde, the French BMX specialist, have teamed up for a collaboration involving three bicycles, the first of which is available in seventy numbered examples. Utilizing the dimensions of the all-terrain two-wheeler, this exclusive creation with its chrome finish exhibits the Dior Homme codes through black and red details and a bee engraved on the handlebars. Made in France, the bike also features leather details boasting the "Dior" signature which have been produced by the House in Italy.

06th December
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The Lady Dior seen by David Wiseman

Based in Los Angeles, David Wiseman finds inspiration in the beauty of nature to create ceramics, installations and objects. After collaborating with the House by sculpting bells of lily-of-the-valley for the boutiques in Shanghai, Tokyo and New York, he conceived two creations as part of the Dior Lady Art project. The totally transparent large bag was made of perforated leather and represents a remarkable technical feat. On the medium-sized bag, Dior gray and traditional Lady Dior production techniques are paired with unique charms adorned with porcelain and brass lily-of-the-valley.

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Mark Peckmezian

06th December
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Interview with Spencer Sweeney

06th December
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The Lady Dior seen by Spencer Sweeney

Based in New York, Spencer Sweeney is a visual artist, performer, musician, experimental musical theater producer and a black belt in aikido. His many talents come through in his work, which expresses a perpetual desire for movement and aesthetic revolution. For the Dior Lady Art project he has created two bags, each with a unique design in which one can recognize faces, handprints and an eye, works that appear unfinished so that their owner feels that they are participating in the creative process by carrying them day after day.

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    Mark Peckmezian

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06th December
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The Lady Dior seen by Jamilla Okubo

Born in 1993 and a graduate of New York's Parsons School of Design, she is one of the youngest artists to have been invited to participate in the Dior Lady Art project. Inspired by her Kenyan origins, Jamilla Okubo sets out to give a new perspective on the African diaspora. Her three Lady Dior bags were particularly complex to make; blending African-style beads, crystals and embroidery techniques typical of Dior haute couture, they evoke a dialogue between Kenyan culture and Parisian heritage.

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    Mark Peckmezian

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