Miss Dior fragrance turned muse

Star of Paris exhibition


The Miss Dior fragrance is a cult classic. With its pretty bow bottle and effervescent citrus scent the perfume, launched way back in 1947, has stood the test of time.

Now the iconic fragrance and its creator have turned muse for an exhibition. The concept? 15 female artists have produced a range of artworks, including short films, inspired by the signature bottle.

The exhibition, curated by Hervé Mikaeloff, will also showcase dresses from past decades including contemporary pieces by Raf Simons. J’adore, indeed.

Esprit Dior: Miss Dior runs from the 13-25 November 11am to 8pm at the Galerie Courbe, Grand Palais, Paris.

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