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02.24
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It-shades

Focus on the four essential shades of the new Dior Addict Lacquer Stick: the pinky beige Tease, the neon pink Diabolo, the pure raspberry Turn Me Dior and the chocolate brown Sauvage, designed to be mixed and matched with the four Dior Vernis collector shades. 

02.24
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Californian Color  

From the most out-there to the most timeless, the eighteen shades of Dior Addict Lacquer Stick developed by Peter Philips, the Creative and Image Director of Dior Makeup, take their inspiration from the colors of Los Angeles to correspond to each personality and mood.

Peter Philips creates the season’s four color trends as echoes of the four Los Angeles ambiances that have inspired him. First the Pastel trend, in which shades of pink, lavender, coral or peach nod to Melrose in the Fifties. The Néon pop colors evoke the cool energy of the city's heart. Comprising variations on the color associated with that most iconic of Hollywood carpets, the Classic red shades have a timeless elegance, as displayed by the Turn Me Dior raspberry red worn by Jennifer Lawrence in the campaign. Lastly, the almost grunge Wild shades revisit Nude by infusing it with brown, red and pink. 

02.23
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Jennifer Lawrence: L.A. Girl

Discover the film for the new Dior Addict Lacquer Stick campaign, featuring Jennifer Lawrence in her adopted city’s emblematic locations, revealing a Los Angeles that’s as color-saturated as the new lipstick’s palette.  

02.23
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Dior Addict Lacquer Stick

In a typical Californian diner, Dior muse Jennifer Lawrence is posing in a glittering dress for photographer David Sims’ camera. With her lips lacquered an intensely shiny and colorful raspberry red, she embodies the new Dior Addict Lacquer Stick, the first lacquer in stick form, designed by Peter Philips, the Creative and Image Director of the House’s makeup. 

A hybrid lipstick specially designed by Peter Philips for a new generation of make-up addicts: young women looking for fun and easy-to-wear makeup. With Dior Addict Lacquer Stick, the Creative and Image Director of Dior Makeup has devised a lipstick that has all the powerful color and shine of a lacquer. Melting onto the lips, it provides an intense color in a single application, offering comfort and a six-hour hold thanks to a unique formulation combining beeswax and ultra-light oils that refract light. "For this new generation of lipstick, I wanted the comfort of a moisturizing balm without compromising the intensity of color and shine," Peter Philips explains. Inspired by the unique atmosphere of Los Angeles, he produced a palette of eighteen shades, capturing all the energy and light of California.

02.21
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Dior Homme Sport: The Fragrance

We take a look at the fresh and spicy composition of the new Dior Homme Sport, developed by the House's exclusive perfumer-creator, François Demachy.

"The new Dior Homme Sport is a story that starts strong and fast and doesn’t let go. A racing car that bursts forth and makes the lively pleasure last," says the House's exclusive perfumer-creator. And with good reason: as a top note, citrus immediately set the tone for this composition’s powerful and fruity freshness. Juicy blood orange encounters a citron essence with zesty nuances and a touch of grapefruit, while a pear extract lends a sweetness to these sharp notes. Then the aromatic-spicy signature of the Dior Homme fragrances quickly unfolds, underlined with an elemi note, a lemony incense. The freshness of the whole seems to last indefinitely, supported by the notes of pink berries and nutmeg. Lifted with a hint of discreet but incisive geranium, these head notes interact with a woody background of Haitian vetiver and sandalwood. "I brought a newness to Dior Homme Sport by enlivening it with bracing notes that are fruity in the extreme. They are of a volatile nature, so I have extended them by propping them up with other notes to create a trompe-l'oeil freshness. This fresh and arresting wind is laden with spices. It's a beginning without an end," François Demachy concludes.

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