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DIORDirectorate/Director for Information Operations and Reports (US DoD)
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With more than 20 private collection fragrances, inspired by the history of the House of Dior, as well as matching soaps and candles, it's tricky to know where to start.
While initially it garnered a positive response, later on allegations of "blatant plagiarism" made the dress and its designer, Christian Dior, an internet buzz.
As of this writing, Dior has yet to release a statement regarding their selection.
Dior invites the travellers to discover their personalised signature within a wide range of perfumes showcased on the fragrance bars.
The deal, valuing Dior at [euro]260 a share, marks one of LVMH's biggest ever acquisitions and sees it add Christian Dior Couture to its stable, joining Dior perfumes, which it has owned since the 1960s.
Philips, Tyen and Serge Lutens, the first artistic and image director for makeup to join Dior in 1967, talk about their creative processes and the history of Dior Beauty in the project.
A portion of the proceeds from sales of the Dior T-shirts with the slogan, "We Should All Be Feminists," will go to the (http://claralionelfoundation.
According to industry insiders, it was this aspect of her career that gave Chiuri the biggest boost as Dior struggles with flagging sales.
The replica dresses and suits featured in Le Theatre Dior, running from November 9-24 at Fashion Catwalk Atrium in the Dubai Mall, were made in Dior's haute couture ateliers, using the exact techniques that are used to make the full-sized dresses.
Muy sensual, en la premier de Londres con un traje de Dior.
The new Dior boutique in SM Makati was formally opened last July 9.
This exquisite graphic novel presents a glimpse of life behind the scenes at Dior in the '40s and '50s.