11th August
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The French dancer and choreographer Marie-Agnès Gillot joins Maison Christian Dior's community of “fragrance lovers”. These personalities from the world of the arts testify to a particular sensitivity to the scents that Dior sought to bring together. Discover, behind the scenes of the Opéra de Paris, her history with perfume.

Passionate, captivating and magnetic, Marie-Agnès Gillot spent almost thirty extraordinary years with the Opéra de Paris where she shone in the firmament of ballet stars. Of this epicenter of art and history she guards some notable olfactory memories, of waxed parquet, glue, her first pointes. From among the Maison Christian Dior fragrances she chose Diorissima. Its unique bouquet evokes the elegant and unforced allure of a Parisienne, just like the French dancer herself.

09th August
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Vogue China

Dior makeup ambassador, Bella Hadid is shot by Liz Collins for the new issue of Vogue China. Rendered captivating by the beauty looks developed by Peter Philips, the Creative and Image Director of the House’s makeup, her beauty is magnified by alternating natural and vibrant shades.

08th August
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Discover the precision actions performed by the House’s watchmaking craftsmen as they make the La Mini D de Dior with its dial of malachite or lapis lazuli.

08th August
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Symbolizing the House's watchmaking savoir-faire and couture spirit, La Mini D de Dior Satine unveils two new models.  

Victoire de Castellane, Artistic Director of Dior Joaillerie, is endlessly  reinventing the world of the timepiece collections. When it came to La Mini D de Dior Satine, whose signature bracelet in Milanese mesh evokes the suppleness of a satin ribbon, she created two new dials: one in malachite, the other in lapis lazuli. These ornamental hardstones are matched with a yellow gold bezel and crown, both set with diamonds. Feminine and poetic, these two new creations grace the wrist with infinite delicacy. 

07th August
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In tandem with the exhibition “Treasures of the Collection: 30 Years of Acquisitions”, running until January 6 at the Musée Christian Dior – located in the couturier's childhood villa at Granville – the artist Xavier Casalta drew this historic setting’s façade. Realized in ink with incredible precision, this artwork, which required 450 hours of work and 10 million tiny dots, brings out every detail of the architecture of a building that has become a cultural destination and a place of celebration of the Dior heritage.

05th August


For the opening of its August pop-up store at Harrods, Dior offers a new and exclusive personalization service called ABCDIOR.

Eagerly adopted by VIPs, the Dior Book Tote has rapidly become one of the House's must-haves. For the first time, clients will be able to personalize one of the Dior Oblique canvas versions available at Harrods, embroidering the word, name or initials of their choice, giving free rein to their imagination.

04th August


From August 4th to 29th, the House unveils a pop-up store dedicated to its autumn-winter 2018-2019 creations in the London luxury department store Harrods. The Dior Oblique canvas is receiving star billing for the occasion. 

Iconic and hypnotic, this motif developed in 1967 by Marc Bohan and reinterpreted by Maria Grazia Chiuri, decorates one of the windows of this prestigious London address and appears on a series of exclusively offered limited-edition accessories in the color green, including Saddle, Dior Book Tote, Miss Dior and CD Hobo bags. The Dior Oblique canvas also comes on the DiorQuake pouch, clogs and the Mitzah silk scarves debuting here.

Among the other choice pieces selected from the autumn-winter 2018-2019 collection for this ephemeral space are DiorColorQuake sunglasses, the DiorClub1 visor, woven bracelets, as well as the sweater bearing the inscription “C’est non, non, non et non!” Originally printed on a scarf from the House archives, this slogan was devised in the 60s by the textile designer Alexandre Sache to illustrate youthful revolt, one of the Creative Director’s sources of inspiration for a collection pulsing with the spirit of May ‘68.

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