Diorskin Forever Undercover von Diorpräsentiert sich als eine stark deckende Foundation mit mattem Finish. Die Dior-Laboratorien haben, als Experten im Bereich für Finishes und Halt auf der Haut, mit Diorskin Forever Undercover die extreme Korrektur neu erfunden.Diese ultra-flüssige und matte Foundation hält 24 Stunden, mit einer hohen Deckkraft. Hier wird maximale Teintkontrolle mit einem natürlich matten Aspekt vereint. Hautunebenheiten lassen sich perfekt korrigieren.Eingebunden in eine sehr flüssige Textur, sorgt der hohe Pigmentgehalt für eine perfekte Korrektur von Unebenheiten. So wird Diorskin Forever Undercover von Dior Make-Up Creative and Image Director Peter Philips beschrieben.
An enticing collection of sixty years of collaboration between the House of Dior and the greats of fashion photography, will appeal to anyone interested in fashion, design, and photography. Accompanies and exhibition of the same name at the Christian Dior Museum in Granville, France
Dior is one of the most revered names in fashion, the archetype of the Parisian couture house. Famous for launching the ´´New Look,´´ Christian Dior´s landmark first collection that marked a sea change in women´s dress after the Second World War, Dior is known today for its exquisite couture line of dramatic dresses. This book comprises a portfolio of portraits of over one hundred incredible gowns from the entire era of Christian Dior haute couture, including dresses designed by Dior himself. All of the images were shot by Patrick Demarchelier, known for his exquisite fashion portraits that grace the pages of Vogue, Elle, Harper´s Bazaar, Glamour, and many other magazines.
The Dior Bar suit is one of the most influential designs in the history of fashion. On February 12, 1947, Christian Dior presented this voluminous skirt combined with a jacket featuring a tiny waist, a pronounced bust, and enhanced hips in his first collection in the salons of 30 Avenue Montaigne. After the show, the editor in chief of Harper´s Bazaar , Carmel Snow, exclaimed: ´´It´s quite a revolution, dear Christian! Your dresses have such a new look!´´ The phrase made headlines. Dior´s New Look transformed the zeitgeist of a postwar France and heralded a storied career for his label. The New Look was an immediate sensation, and everyone wanted to wear the silhouette that Dior was later to describe as ´´the return to an ideal of civilized happiness.´´ Almost seven decades after its creation, the New Look revolution and its spirit continue to inspire the House of Dior. Published to accompany the Dior: The New Look Revolution exhibition at the Musée Christian Dior in Granville, France, this stunning volume presents a rare collection of images that illustrate the Bar suit, from the initial sketches drawn by Christian Dior to the sartorial perfection of the completed outfit, as well as the many versions it has inspired. From Yves Saint Laurent to Raf Simons, season after season, the designers of Dior have interpreted the legendary curves of the Bar suit, dreaming up bustier versions, designing it in woolen denim, or adorning it with masculine prints. With exquisite photography and insightful text surveying over sixty years of Dior´s sublime reinvention, this book is a must-have for followers and students of fashion.
This book gathers together, for the first time, every Dior haute couture collection, including also ready-to-wear collections after the arrival of John Galliano (when ready-to-wear presentations took on a new importance), and the first two collections designed by creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri, appointed in 2016. It offers a unique opportunity to chart the development of one of the world´s most famous fashion brands and discover rarely seen collections. This definitive publication opens with a concise history of the house of Dior before exploring the collections themselves, which are organized chronologically. Each new ´era´ in Dior´s history is inaugurated by a brief overview and biography of the new designer, while individual collections are introduced by a short text unveiling their influences and highlights and illustrated with carefully curated catwalk images. A rich reference section, including an extensive index, concludes the book. After Chanel, Dior is the second volume in a series of high-end, cloth-bound books that offer a complete and unrivalled overview of the collections of the world´s top fashion houses through original catwalk photography.
Vogue on Designers is a new series of fashion books which tell the fascinating stories of iconic designers accompanied by world-class photographs and illustrations from the Vogue archive. In 1947, Christian Dior stunned the fashion world with his first collection, the ´New Look´, that transformed the way women dressed. Dior continued to send shockwaves with his later shows, significantly altering the fashion landscape during the ten years of his career as a couturier. Vogue On Christian Dior recounts Dior´s search for the perfect line and how his unique style and vision of women´s ideal silhouette developed. More than any designer before him, Dior embraced the dual aspects of creativity and commerce, becoming the first couturier to license his products in 1949. One of the most famous designers of the twentieth century, his name still fronts one of the most successful haute couture fashion houses. With images by celebrated photographers such as Horst and Irving Penn and artists like Christian Berard, the book offers a unique insight into Dior´s contribution to design, his dramatic impact on the landscape of 40s and 50s fashion and his personal legacy. (Vogue magazine, the international fashion bible, has charted the careers of designers including Gucci, Prada, Versace & Dior, throughout the decades. Its unique archive of photographs, taken by the leading photographers of the day from Cecil Beaton to Mario Testino, and original illustrations, together with its stable of highly respected fashion writers, make Vogue the most authoritative and prestigious source of reference on fashion. With a circulation of over 160,000 and a readership of over 1,400,000, no brand is better positioned to present a library on the great fashion designers of the modern age.)
A singular look into Grace of Monaco´s stylish life through the exceptional dresses that the house of Dior created for her over the years. Grace Kelly´s life may have transformed from that of a Hollywood star to Princess of Monaco, but her status as a style icon remained constant throughout her life. There is perhaps no better record of this than her close thirty-year-long relationship with the illustrious house of Dior. Published on the occasion of the 2019 exhibition at the Musée Christian Dior in Granville, France, this sophisticated illustrated volume celebrates the close collaboration between Grace Kelly and the artistic directors of Dior throughout the years, from Christian Dior, to her support of Yves Saint Laurent, and her close friendship with Marc Bohan. An in-depth overview of this special exhibition, this new title explores the evolving relationship between Dior´s designers and their muse through insights from experts on Dior and Monaco´s royals--including an intimate interview with Princess Grace´s favorite couturier and close friend, Marc Bohan--and beautiful images from Dior´s archives as well as an exclusive photoshoot in Monaco. Fashion-loving readers will be delighted to rediscover the classic elegance of Grace Kelly´s wardrobe through the gorgeous designs created for her by Dior.
The creative force behind the greatest spectacles in fashion, from the perspective of the legend who produced them. The New York Times describes Alexandre de Betak as ´the Fellini of fashion and the Cecil B. DeMille of the runways´. For 25 years, Betak has produced many of the fashion world´s most memorable shows and events for brands as diverse as Dior and Victoria´s Secret. This stunning, lavishly produced volume celebrates his career via set and show photography, as well as hundreds of unpublished behind-thescenes images. Structured thematically to bring readers inside Betak´s creative process, the book provides unrivalled insight into how fashion becomes art as well as commerce.
The first monograph on notorious photographer Chris von Wangenheim, whose shocking work epitomized the glamour and excess of the 1970s and reflected the fashionable underworld living life on the edge. Between the years 1968 and 1981, photographer Chris von Wangenheim shocked the world with a body of work that explored sex, violence, and danger in the realm of high fashion. Von Wangenheim´s dark photographs were emblematic of the time-an era that encompassed Deep Throat, the sexual revolution, punk, and porn-and continually challenged the viewers´ taste by its stylized depictions of suggestive (and often harrowing) narratives. His images appeared in every top fashion publication-including Vogue, Harper´s Bazaar, Vogue Italia, and Interview-and he produced unforgettable campaigns for Dior and Valentino until he died in a car accident at age 39. This book, the first monograph on von Wangenheim´s career, contains over two hundred provocative and iconic images from this tumultuous era, including never-before-seen outtakes from memorable shoots with such supermodels as Christie Brinkley, Lisa Taylor, and the late Gia Carangi. Drawing on interviews with models, editors, art directors, and photographers who were influenced by him, the Padilhas revive von Wangenheim´s explosive depictions of the glamour and excess of the 1970s for a contemporary audience and reveal how his work continues to inform fashion imagery today.