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.
Following recent machine-inspired videos by Chanel and Dior, the latter has released yet another creative ad, this time for its Mise en Dior necklace.
Christian Dior’s creative director of accessories, Camille Miceli, was the visionary behind the film named after the first necklace she created.
Shot from the perspective of one of its pearls, the pinball-inspired film follows its journey along the steps of the creation of the necklace, with every completed detail being ‘rewarded’ with an iconic Dior piece, such as the Lady Dior bag.
Natalie Portman has enthused about her new role as the face of Miss Cherie for Dior, revealing that Dior re-makes its accessories for the strictly vegan actress.
She told WWD.com: “One of the things that’s been so nice is that Dior made all of the shoes for me with no animals and no leather or anything, because I don’t wear any leather…They re-made all my shoes so I can wear Dior shoes without taking lives.”
In 2008 Natalie Portman launched her own line of shoes, after bemoaning the lack of vegan footwear on sale, and is often seen in Stella McCartney’s vegan styles.
While there are iPhones and Blackberries encrusted in gold, platinum and diamonds Dior has decided this is exactly where they should enter the market with a new phone
The Dior Touch Phone runs on Android and it’s made from the finest materials, such as: sapphire crystal, steel, gold, diamond and mother-of-pearl.
Discover after the jump the new Hypnotic Poison film shot by John Cameron Mitchel (The Lady Dior Saga) and featuring Mélanie Laurent…
French actress Mélanie Laurent served as a spokesmodel for Christian Dior during the Cannes film festival and is confirming her role in magazine interviews.
“We [Dior and I] seduced each other for months, and it was my agent who called me to say that we were going to sign the contract.”
Marion Cotillard is fronting Miss Lady Dior Handbags campaign – Photographed by fashion photographer Mikael Jansson – for fall 2011 season.
The French actress looks picture perfect while posing in fall worthy attire with luxury handbag collection featuring the chain-link handled Miss Dior handbag.
French luxury house Dior has released a new ad for its iconic fragrance starring Hollywood actress Charlize Theron.
Filmed at the Château de Versailles, the commercial depicts Theron arriving at an over-the-top fashion show where Grace Kelly, Marlene Dietrich, and Marilyn Monroe are getting ready for the runway among other models.
While it’s not (yet) possible to smell a fragrance through a TV commercial, the actress’s golden dress (inspired by the scent’s flacon) and empowered walk down the catwalk comes a close second.
Watch the ad, directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud and set against The Gossip’s “Heavy Cross” below.
The Wanderer is a new short film for Dior Homme, released along with the brand’s Fall/Winter 2011 Collection.
The video was conceived by creative director Kris Van Assche and shot by photographer Willy Vanderperre.
The campaign includes a series of nine photos that embody the spirit of the fall Dior Homme collection.
Dior presents their latest mobile phone – a sleek looking touch screen phone with custom ringtones and menu, 3G, camera, mineral glass, MP3 player, WI-FI and Bluetooth connectivity. Price: €3,300 ($4,800).
Much has been speculated ever since Dior’s creative head John Galliano fell from grace due to an anti-Semitism scandal five months ago.
Everyone from Azzedine Alaia to Givenchy’s Riccardo Tisci has been named as a potential replacement in the process.
But when respected trade publication Women’s Wear Daily adds water to the rumor mill, it is usually an entirely diffrent story in terms of credibility.
Monday’s paper reads that according to an anonymous source, Marc Jacobs is entering negotiations with the house this week.
Dior Homme offers up a collection of new Black Tie pieces for the upcoming season.
Christian Dior is in no hurry to name a successor to the disgraced John Galliano as creative director, its chief executive Sidney Toledano said on Monday.
“You know when you ask young girls all the time when they are going to get married, they reply: When I find the right man,” he told AFP as the Paris fashion house sent out its first post-Galliano haute couture collection.
Dior will “take all its time” in finding “a long-term solution”, Toledano said, adding: “All options are open for the future.”
Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy has announced open days at their European artisan workshops, ateliers, and vineyards for two days in October.
WWD reports that on the 15th and 16th of the month, the public will be able to experience what happens behind the doors of the luxury conglomerate’s brands that include fashion houses Louis Vuitton, Givenchy, and Dior, jewelry maker De Beers, and champagne labels Moët & Chandon, Veuve Clicquot, and Dom Pérignon.
Bernard Arnault told the paper: “Products are one thing, but how they’re made, who makes them, and where is also of interest to the public.”
Reputed fashion blog Fashionista is reporting that Italian designer Riccardo Tisci is set to take over as the new designer for Christian Dior.
The former creative director for Givenchy is rumoured to replace John Galliano following his sacking over Anti-Semitic charges last month
“He’s also…openly discussing his move to Dior with certain acquaintances,” writes editor Lauren Sherman. “And while we still don’t think the official Dior announcement will happen until September, we’re pretty sure the deal is sealed.”
According to French media reports, the Inglourious Basterds actress has signed on to become the new face of Dior’s Hypnotic Poison fragrance.
Laurent — who has confirmed she will be wearing vintage Dior to the opening ceremony of the Cannes Film Festival as this year’s host — will be joining fellow French actress Marion Cotillard as spokesmodel for the luxury house.
The contract in question involves the brand’s mythic Hypnotic Poison fragrance, previously promoted by actress Monica Bellucci, but this is yet to be confirmed.
After the John Galliano debacle, Christian Dior can use all the positive publicity it can get, and a new retrospective of its history at the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts sets out to bring back the fashion house’s magic.
Opening on April 28, the exhibit showcasing the brand’s 64-year history will not only present its collections over the years — designed by the founder itself as well as the likes of Yves Saint Laurent or Gianfranco Ferré — but also juxtapose them with works of art by Van Gogh or Klimt as well as photographs by Richard Avedon and Man Ray.
John Galliano, sacked as chief designer at Christian Dior amid a furore over alleged anti-Semitic remarks, has now been fired from his eponymous label.
Women’s Wear Daily said Galliano, 50, had been “formally sacked” by directors of the John Galliano label, which is 91 percent owned by Dior.
It added that a sell-off of the upmarket label was not an immediate priority for the owners, despite “unsolicited expressions of interest in the business” coming in from China, Italy and the Middle East.
“It is understood that Dior intends to go ahead with its runway show on Friday [March 4],” Women’s Wear Daily reports.
Christian Dior released a statement on March 1 saying it had fired John Galliano with immediate effect in the wake of his arrest over anti-semitic remarks last week.
Dior suspends chief designer John Galliano following his arrest for alleged assault
French police briefly detained British fashion designer John Galliano in Paris on Thursday evening for alleged assault and making anti-Semitic remarks
The detention in Paris’ fashionable Marais district came after Dior’s chief designer allegedly verbally accosted a couple seated on a cafe terrace. Galliano’s lawyer strongly denied accusations of anti-Semitism.
Black Swan star Natalie Portman features in a new TV ad for Christian Dior’s Miss Dior Chérie fragrance.
Again directed by Sofia Coppola, this latest installment for the scent shows the Oscar nominee as her most French self, dressing up in Dior (bien sûr), lounging around a dreamy bedroom, and blindfolding her male counterpart.
Natalie Portman follows fellow actress Marion Cotillard as a face for the brand; Cotillard starred in the Lady Dior series, directed by the likes of David Lynch. Miss Dior Chérie was previously embodied by the model Maryna Linchuk.