The House of Dior was established in late 1946 and nurtured through its first ten years by its founder and creative director Christian Dior. After the presentation of his first collection in 1947, Dior’s designs were internationally acclaimed and the scope, ambition and influence of the house grew quickly over subsequent years. After Christian Dior’s sudden death in 1957 the house has continued to evolve and consolidate its place in the fashion world under the guiding hand of six further Directors (including the first female designer Maria Grazia Chiuri appointed in July 2016). In celebration of the seventieth anniversary of...
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