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The “CD” cap

For the Summer 2019 collection by Kim Jones, the British milliner Stephen Jones designed a cap with curves recalling the emblematic Saddle bag. Embellished with a distinctive “CD” metal buckle by Matthew Williams, this modern, streamlined accessory comes in black, ecru or Toile de Jouy versions.

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Renewable energy

The first men’s creations by Kim Jones for Dior appear in the heart of the countryside for Summer 2019, shot by photographer Steven Meisel. In these images, floral motifs inspired by porcelain dishware used at the Château de la Colle Noire - Christian Dior’s home in Provence – keep company with Toile de Jouy and cannage motifs, two historic signatures that were among the couturier-founder’s favorites.

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The Eye Palette Amber Neutrals, 
by Peter Philips

In a video starring the model Ruth Bell, Peter Philips, Director of Creation and Image for Dior Makeup, reveals the secrets behind the new Eye Palette Amber Neutrals.

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Eye Palette Amber Neutrals

The veritable secret to luminous and intense makeup, the emblematic Eye Palette from the Dior Backstage line now comes in new, universal amber shades developed by Peter Philips.

Inspired by the techniques used by makeup artists backstage at the House's shows, the Dior Backstage line now includes a new beauty essential. Adapted to every skin tone, Eye Palette Amber Neutrals, by Peter Philips, Director of Creation and Image for Dior Makeup, illuminates the eyes with warm, neutral shades. 

Used with matte and iridescent textures that are rich in pigments with a second-skin finish, a primer serves as a base for other colors that can be layered infinitely for a multitude of looks, from the most natural to the most sophisticated.

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Iconic graphics

Christian Dior's emblematic cannage motif, inspired by the elegant Napoleon III chairs he used to seat guests at his shows at 30 Avenue Montaigne, in the hands of Cordelia de Castellane, Artistic Director of Dior Maison, takes on platinum tones. Reprised in a palette of burnished gold, beige and white, the House code blossoms with graphic elegance as light as spring, from the borders on porcelain plates to glass stemware.

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