1947-2017: This 12 months Dior celebrates its 70th anniversary, marking seven many years of class and audacity, refinement and magnificence. And these golden years have been shared with Vogue – ever since its inception, Dior’s historical past has been intertwined with the journal’s. Vogue is marking this milestone with an unique movie, expressing in sensible model the wealthy ties that bind it to the home.
At 30 Avenue Montaigne, Dior’s historic atelier in Paris, the French mannequin Camille Hurel climbs the steps to the couture salons, sporting a contemporary Dior piece by Maria Grazia Chiuri. Pushing the door, she enters the world of Dior heritage, now sporting a couture robe. Iconic items from the designers who helped write the home’s story fly by, from Christian Dior to Gianfranco Ferré, Yves Saint Laurent to Raf Simons. She is on the very coronary heart of a style legend.
Completely happy 70th Birthday, Dior!
Movie: Lisa Paclet. Styling: Géraldine Saglio. Mannequin: Camille Hurel. Hair: Shon Hyungsun Ju. Manufacturing: Frenzy Image and Vogue Paris. Make-Up: Benjamin Puckey. Manicure: Elsa Durrens. Camille Hurel wears Dior Prêt-à-Porter and Haute Couture FW 17/18. With grateful due to Maison Christian Dior and Ateliers Dior.