Research Paper On Christian Dior

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Christian dior is a European luxury goods company run by Bernard Arnault, a French businessman who is also the world's largest luxury goods group.
The company was founded in 1946, by the same designer Christian Dior founded (Christian Dior), now the company design and retail clothing, leather goods, fashion accessories, shoes, jewelry, watches, perfume, cosmetics and skin care products, at the same time, keep it as a recognized Couture (Christian Dior Couture division), the creator of the tradition. Although Christian Dior (Christian Dior) brand is still in the very great degree is to provide products for women, but the company also for the men's wear brand Dior menswear (Dior Homme division) and children's clothing brand Dior, Dior brand operation.
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Dior launched his first fashion collection for Spring–Summer 1947. The show of "90 models of his first collection on six mannequins" was presented in the salons of the company's headquarters at 30 Avenue Montaigne. Originally, the two lines were named "Corolle" and "Huit". the editor-in-chief of Harper's Bazaar Carmel Snow, strongly believed in the couturier’s talent, which she had already noted in 1937 with the cafè Anglais model that he designed for Robert Piguet. At the end of the fashion show, having seen those unique silhouettes, those lengths, those volumes, those tiny waists and devilishly sexy busts, she exclamimed: “It's queite a revolution, dear Christian! your dresses have such a New Look!" A correspondent from Reuters seized upon the sloganand quickly wrote it on a note that he threw from the balcony to a courier posted on Avenue Montaigne.

The news spread to the United States even before the rest of France. The American journalist had given her brilliant slogan to her editor, not knowing how right she was. The novelty of what she said caused the shock waves on both sides of Atlantis. After just two years of war, Dior, the collection in his own image, clearly defined page limits, depression, rationing, gravity and uniform. It was an art of seduction, in a very serious manner, that he wanted women to restore their taste for light. He knew from an early age that they always hid it somewhere in

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