DIOR and Japan: A symbiotic relationship

Hi there DIOR Couture and Fragrance fans,

I love the house of DIOR. It has been with me through my childhood years making clothes for Barbie dolls, the years of fashion school and the fashion industry, even after I have tried to keep up with what is happening on the world’s runways. So here is a very interesting piece of information that I was only vaguely aware of. Christian Dior loved Japan! Now that it’s pointed out so simply it makes complete sense.

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Here then is a short film introducing the idea and giving a potted history of their engagement through time. I really enjoyed it as a forerunner to the DIOR Esprit Tokyo show.
Enjoy,
Portia xx

DIOR and Japan

 

Esprit Dior Tokyo 2015 Show – Best Of

6 thoughts on “DIOR and Japan: A symbiotic relationship

    • HA HA HA HA HA!!
      They do not make clothes for people who eat, I get it.
      The great thing is DIOR Prive fragrances have a scent to fit everyone.
      You can even get samples and be a DIOR girl all day long.
      Portia xx

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    • Hey Azar,
      How freaky do those eyes look? I am seriously trying to work out how I can incorporate the look into my drag. Amazing and cheeky.
      Portia xx

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  1. So cool! I was honestly in a trance watching the Tokyo show. I’ve been feeling pudgy and slovenly, but to hell with that – now I’m inspired! Thanks!

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    • Holly,
      I am so glad we have helped inspire you. Remember that those girls are massively unhealthy though and spend their whole lives dedicated to remaining that size.
      It’s important to know that you are perfect in every size or shape, be active to help you live longer not to be thin.
      OK, putting my soapbox away now.
      Portia xx

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