France’s Château de Versailles is continuing its moment in the fashion spotlight, with the latest Dior video seeing the famous castle transformed into a secret garden.
Just last month it was reported Chanel will host its annual Croisière presentation at the Château de Versailles on May 14, and now the prestigious location, which is situated near Paris, provides the setting for a dreamlike fashion video by Dior.
Marion Cotillard returns for Lady Dior, this time shot by Peter Lindbergh in the Oscar Niemeyer-designed Communist Party HQ in Paris.
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.
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.
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 film by famed fashion photographer Richard Avedon that starred model Lauren Hutton.