dior celebrates a wartime hero
The house's spring/summer 20 collection paid homage to Catherine Dior, sister of Mr Dior and a fascinating resistance fighter who was deported to Ravensbruck concentration camp during WWII.
how sexiness and softness transformed paris menswear
Designers of the French capital, both new and old, are swapping broad shoulders and masculine suiting for thongs and skimpy towel skirts.
meet the london laureates of dior beauty’s photography prize
Dior have partnered with École Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie, Arles on a photography prize that champions emerging talents. We meet two graduates of London's RCA about their nominated projects.
how miss fame became the darling of couture week
The Drag Race star dazzled at Iris Van Herpen, Gaultier, Margiela, Mugler and Miu Miu. This is how she made the jump from drag to high fashion -- in her own words.
feminism and femininity at maria grazia chiuri's dior couture show
The Dior designer continues to reposition couture for the woman of today.
kim jones imagines a post-apocalyptic dior
“I was thinking about the future and imagining what a Dior exhibition would look like. It made me think, what have I done that would be in there?”
meet daniel arsham, the latest artist to collaborate with kim jones at dior
In an exclusive interview, Daniel talks about his work for the latest Dior menswear collection and set.
dior does dallas
A new exhibition examines the storied legacy and legendary creative directors of the house, from Christian Dior to Maria Grazia Chiuri.
take a look inside ‘a magazine curated by kim jones’
As Dior's Artistic Director breaks down the A-Z of his world on the Belgian magazine's pages, we take an exclusive look at G (Gabber) and Y (Youth).
bts got the dior treatment courtesy of kim jones
The K-pop boy band will debut some retro-futuristic looks on their third world tour 'Love Yourself: Speak Yourself.'
meet the dior cruise collaborator who dressed nelson mandela
100% Made in Africa pioneer Pathé Ouédraogo, aka Pathé’O, talks us through his sartorial tribute to Nelson Mandela for Dior Cruise 2020 and tells us why African craftsmanship is true luxury.
maria grazia chiuri celebrated cultural common ground for dior cruise 2020
“This is not a simple collection, it involves travel, dialogue, collaboration, exchange, discovery and demonstrating what unites us.”