Certain codes are integral parts of fashion houses, some more recognizable and known than others. Sure, you may know the most popular bags and their origins, but many times there are other deeply integrated elements to each brand that hold historical value. For the House of Dior, astrology plays a key role dating back to Christian Dior’s fascination with lucky numbers, palm readers, astrology
If you’re following PurseBlog on Instagram then you may have seen photos last week from Dior’s star-studded event in New York. The event kicked off the start of the Christian Dior: Designer Of Dreams exhibit, which has been reinvented at the Brooklyn Museum after successful stints in Paris, Shanghai, and London. I had the pleasure of attending the event preview before the public opening
Christian Dior’s younger sister is a largely ghostly presence in this nonetheless enjoyable book about the courageous Nazi-fighting florist
“Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams,” at the Brooklyn Museum until Feb. 20, shows some 200 pieces by the label, including Liz Taylor’s 1961 Oscar dress.
Anya Taylor-Joy, 25, looked lovely in a white Dior coat and pink dress as she boarded a private jet out of Van Nuys airport the day after attending the 2021 Emmy Awards.
If you made your way through the Brooklyn Museum during New York Fashion Week on Sept. 8, you might have come across lavish Dior designs, paintings that date back centuries, and even Yara Shahidi looking like a work of art. Like a cross between 1921 and 2021, Yara attended The Exhibition Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams on Wednesday while wearing a Dior Haute Couture Fall-Winter 2022 black mohair houndstooth sweater, a flannel skirt with a high waistline, and Dior heeled sandals. "Don't touch...
Last week she wowed at the Met Gala and turned heads during New York Fashion Week. And tonight Yara Shahidi continued her fashion run at the Emmy Awards in a stunning green dress by Dior.
This week’s roundup also includes new heat from Lakeyah and Quando Rondo.