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17th February
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READY-TO-WEAR SPRING-SUMMER 2018 CAMPAIGN

Surrounded by her drawings or in the middle of the process of creation, model and artist Sasha Pivovarova poses for photographer Patrick Demarchelier for the spring-Summer 2018 campaign from which we’re unveiling new visuals.   

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    Patrick Demarchelier

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    Patrick Demarchelier

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    Patrick Demarchelier

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    Patrick Demarchelier

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    Patrick Demarchelier

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    Patrick Demarchelier

16th February
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Chinese New Year 

To celebrate the Chinese New Year, the Year of the Dog, the House is highlighting the motifs dear to Christian Dior. The heart, the four-leaf clover, and the star come to life in a red décor, the hue the founding couturier considered “the color of life”.  

13th February
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DIOR LIP GLOW

Developed by Peter Philips, Creative and Image Director of Dior Makeup, Dior Lip Glow hydrates the lips while enhancing their natural color. A favorite balm for makeup artists working behind the scenes at the shows, it has become a must for all women.

Before becoming an everyday beauty ally, it was the closely-guarded secret of Dior's makeup artists. The first balm in the Backstage Pros range, Dior Lip Glow was inspired by the expertise of these beauty professionals. Delivering color to lips in a natural way, it is also responsible for nourishing them continuously throughout the day.

Thanks to its "color reviver” technology, it adjusts its color according to the lips’ degree of hydration, offering each wearer a custom hue. This winter, Peter Philips, the Creative and Image Director of the House’s makeup, has developed ten new fresh and moreish shades. Two new finishes – holographic and matte – have joined the Glow lineup. Easy and simple to apply, Dior Lip Glow is now more than ever one of the House essentials.

13th February
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ROUGE DIOR

More than just a lipstick, Rouge Dior, unveiled in 1953, has become a make-up icon of the House. Available today in several shades by Peter Philips, Creative and Image Director of Dior Makeup, it is a beauty ally for all women.

 

Rouge Dior was a beauty manifesto beauty upon its release in 1953. Eager "to dress women’s smiles," Christian Dior came up with his first line of lipsticks which he launched in eight shades. Lending his respectability makeup, at the same time he enabled a new feminine attitude.

Continuously revamped by Peter Philips, Creative and Image Director of Dior Makeup, Rouge Dior encompasses a wide range of colors and two finishes, matte or satin. And still includes the legendary red 999, one of the shades developed by the couturier in the early 1950s. Having become a House signature, it also testifies to the love Christian Dior held for red. "Very invigorating and advantageous, it's the color of life. I love red. In my opinion, it is suitable for almost all complexions. It can also be worn at any time," he observed in his Little Dictionary of Fashion. Timeless, the 999 shade is also universal, for all women.

13th February
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DIOR HOMME SPORT

Reinvented by François Demachy, the House’s exclusive Perfumer-Creator, the Dior Homme Sport fragrance is formed around fruity and spicy notes, evoking an energy that’s urban and modern. Of a city-dweller infatuated with freedom, a man in constant motion letting himself be tempted by this composition’s lively and piquant accords.

Sport is his new life philosophy, the big urban spaces are his playing field. And Dior Homme Sport is the fragrance that becomes him. For this new-generation city dweller, François Demachy has developed a customized composition, in which the freshness of citrus is set soaring by spicy notes.

Lively and delicious blood orange dialogues with essence of citron, grapefruit and subtly woody Haitian vetiver. Pear extract, meanwhile, tempers the citrus’ acidity. Lastly, notes of pink berries and nutmeg ensure the composition lasts, acting as signatures of a scent dedicated to the glory of this sporty and elegant new urban man.

13th February
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POISON GIRL UNEXPECTED

Like a sharp, zingy treat, Poison Girl Unexpected offers a delicious thrill. Its noble accords jostled by spicy notes create a piquant and sensual scent that will seduce the most unpredictable and daring of Valentines.

In producing Poison Girl Unexpected, François Demachy, the House’s exclusive Perfumer-Creator, drew on childhood memories. Those marked by tangy delights that capture the senses and result in a tasty thrill. To develop this fruity and acidic accord, he combined the tartness of Tanzanian ginger with the sweet notes of damask rose, jasmine sambac and peony. Finally, in selecting the Tonka bean, he brings the composition a subtle note of vanilla and musk. Encased in a bottle with holographic frosting and shimmering reflections, this new floral bouquet incarnates a seductive Poison Girl who is never where one expects. 

13th February
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J’ADORE INJOY

Its name evokes a declaration of love of life and its fruity-salty accord seizes the senses unexpectedly. The unique scent of J'adore Injoy, developed by François Demachy, the House’s exclusive Perfumer-Creator, offers a sense of immediate olfactory pleasure, to be discovered or rediscovered for St. Valentine's Day.

J’adore Injoy — its joyful exclamation at the heart of the fragrance developed by François Demachy, the House’s Perfumer-Creator. For Dior, he redefined the contours of the iconic bouquet of J'adore around a fleur de sel and a ylang-ylang made to measure between the island of Nosy Be and the town of Grasse, the cradle of French perfumery and the terroir of choice for Dior perfumes since the beginning.

These two new natural elements produce a composition with surprising fruity and salty accords. Its boldness means J’adore Injoy appeals to spontaneous, sparkling and passionate women.

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