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Dior celebrates more than 70 years of Haute Couture with this impressive exhibition

If you plan to make a trip to Paris, write the latest exhibition of Dior The maison has just opened the exhibition in Paris “Dior: From Paris to the World” at Denver Art Museum, a journey through the most fascinating creations of the firm, which celebrates its more than 70 years of Haute Couture. A very special exhibition that will be available until March 2019.

In this exhibition you will see the creations and more special images of the maison Wonderful designs and unpublished images: 180 pieces of Haute Couture, sketches, photographs, videos of its history, in addition to more than 200 accessories and objects related to the signature perfume and beauty products collections.

The sample is designed by the architect Shohei Shigematsu, in the form of a curved maze, the same curves that, for Christian Dior, were the symbol of femininity. 15 spaces traveling in time, the continents (Africa, Asia, Europe, America) and the many countries explored by the designer and his six successors. In each space, homage is paid to his most iconic pieces, to the ladies of Dior and to famous stars, from Marilyn Monroe to Natalie Portman.

Creations of Yves Saint Laurent (leather jackets that wink at Brando in The Wild One) along with the soft lines of Marc Bohan, the extravagance of Gianfranco Ferré, the extravagance with Egyptian or Mexican influence of John Galliano, the inspiration of Raf Simons of Japan or artist Sterling Ruby, and finally the feminist approach of Maria Grazia Chiuri.

As a Parisian fashion designer, I had to be aware not only of the needs of women, but also of elegant women around the world. Christian Dior

A sample accompanied by works of art, from Claude Monet to Marc Quinn, Jackson Pollock and pieces from the 18th century, which covers a saga of more than 70 years of creativity and luxury, made possible by savoir-faire contained in 30 Avenue Montaigne, the Studio of Reveries which became a "refuge of the marvelous", in the words of Christian Dior.

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