Dior Grand Bal False Lashes

The Dior Grand Bal False Lashes ($28) in Gold Crystals will preview for one night only at the Dior boutique on 57th Street in honor of Fashion’s Night Out.

Miss Dior Fall 2012 Campaign

After appearing in the spring Miss Dior campaign, actress Mila Kunis returns as the face of Dior’s handbag advertisements shot by Mario Sorrenti.

Dior names Raf Simons as new artistic director

French fashion powerhouse Dior has named Raf Simons as chief designer to succeed John Galliano who was fired more than a year ago for racist outbursts. The 44-year-old Belgian, who started out designing furniture, will be responsible for Haute Couture, Ready-to-Wear and Women’s Accessories. He will premiere his first Christian Dior Haute Couture collection in … Continued

Mila Kunis, The New Face of Dior

American actress Mila Kunis has been named as the new face for the Spring Summer 2012 campaign of luxury brand Christian Dior. Kunis is the latest in a long line of movie stars such as Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor and Grace Kelly, to be associated with Dior. The 28-year-old actress is thrilled with her appointment, although … Continued

L.A.dy Dior The Film

Dior presents the latest version of its Lady Dior film series with a comedy directed by John Cameron Mitchell and starring Marion Cotillard. The new Dior film features Marion as a young Hollywood movie-star, frolicking pool-side for a Dior TV commercial. The fifth installment of the Lady Dior films was inspired by a 1973 short … Continued

Dior x Anselm Reyle

Christian Dior have launched a one-off accessories line in collaboration with conceptual German artist Anselm Reyle. Reyle has been given carte blanche to create a collection of accessories utilising his use of colour and texture. The collection will include everything from wallets and clutches up to full sized handbags and shopper totes.

Lady Dior Handbags Spring 2012

Marion Cotillard takes to Hollywood, California for the latest Christian Dior Lady Dior handbags campaign shot by Steven Klein. The campaign geatures Cotillard against a Hollywood Hills backdrop, grasping a covetable croc number with bright crimson and turquoise accents.