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08th January
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The Baby Dior Spring-Summer 2018 Collection – Video 

08th January
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The Baby Dior Spring-Summer 2018 Collection 

The Baby Dior Spring-Summer 2018 collection, designed by Creative Director Cordelia de Castellane, is an invitation to a bucolic and festive stroll, like a jaunt through the Camargue countryside. Roses, anemones and other floral motifs appear as both prints and embroideries, echoing Christian Dior’s passion for flowers. Clovers, hearts, the figure 8, bees and ladybirds are scattered here and there as good-luck symbols.

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08th January
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Stars in Dior at the Golden Globes Awards  

Sunday night, in Los Angeles, for the 75th Golden Globes Awards ceremony, the actress and muse Natalie Portman wore a Dior haute couture dress. Robert Pattinson, another long term muse, sported a Dior Homme tuxedo. Jessica Biel, Michelle Pfeiffer, Elisabeth Moss, who received the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Drama Series for her role in The Handmaid’s Tale, and a host of other boldface names walked the red carpet in the House’s creations. 

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08th January
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W Magazine and Dior Party

Saturday evening in Los Angeles, the actresses Hong Chau, Katherine Langford, Sadie Sink, Eiza González, Alexandra Shipp and Skai Jackson were dressed in Maria Grazia Chiuri’s designs for the House to attend the event organized by Lynn Hirschberg from the magazine W in collaboration with Dior (W Magazine’s It Girls). 

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07th January
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Dior Science in Capture Youth explained by Edouard Mauvais-Jarvis

The House’s Director of Scientific Communication explains how the new Capture Youth skincare line strengthens the skin’s antioxidant potential, postponing the signs of aging before they get the chance to appear.  

"Capture Youth represents a major breakthrough in the field of anti-oxidation. It is an exceptional discovery. When glyoxalase, the skin’s antioxidant defense system, weakens over time, the skin struggles to resist aggressions such as pollution and stress. This is when the first signs — such as a dulled complexion, a lack of plumpness, fine lines, redness and visible pores — begin to appear. The youth-oriented Capture Youth routine is a double revolution. First, it’s preemptive. The formulas are enriched with an active extract to strengthen glyoxalase. The creme, which boasts the highest concentration of iris among Dior products, has shown its abilities in real-life use, doubling the antioxidant potential of the skin1 to target the signs of age before they appear. Then it's about personalization. Each of the five different serums is enhanced with powerful natural ingredients, at their optimal concentration, to target specific signs and customize the routine. Together, they reinforce the skin’s active antioxidant power and maximize its youthfulness.”  Edouard Mauvais-Jarvis

1 Clinical test in vivo. PAOT (total anti-oxidant power) score measured between 2 and 4 hours after applying the creme. 

07th January
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The Anti-oxidation Revolution explained by Professor Isabelle Petropoulos

For more than ten years, the Dior science team has been collaborating with the Université Pierre et Marie Curie in France. Professor Isabelle Petropoulos, a researcher in the aging laboratory within this prestigious institution, speaks to us about a major discovery in the area of anti-oxidation that gave rise to the new Capture Youth skincare.

We have recently made a major breakthrough in identifying a key mechanism of cell oxidation in the skin. Very many oxidation processes, whatever their origin, involve the same toxic molecule, which is the source of real damage within the cutaneous structures. This molecule is glyoxal. And we discovered an essential enzyme within the skin cells called glyoxalase. It is able to neutralize the glyoxal. This is why glyoxalase represents a fundamental system of antioxidant defense: it blocks any attack at its most anticipated stage. We have also discovered that this enzyme’s activity declines with time and as a result of environmental aggressions. It is therefore one of the keys in resistance to aging. Until now, no one knew of the existence of such a system in the skin. Therefore nobody was able to act effectively on oxidation and the development of signs of aging.”   Professor Isabelle Petropoulos

06th January
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Girlfriends

Get an insider take on the Capture Youth range with Cara Delevingne.

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