All those Dior fans, whose pockets hesitate to splurge on haute couture collection from the house of Dior, can satiate their desire by grabbing a copy of Dior Glamour.
The above image features the cover of the volume along with a 1955 dress, Autumn-Winter 1954 Haute-Couture collection, H line.
This photograph emanates the elegance of the Romance dress, Spring-Summer 1960 Haute Couture collection, Silhouette de demain line.
The book is a collector’s edition that features renowned fashion photographer Mark Shaw’s photographs, allowing a sneak peek inside the world of Dior from 1952-1962. Tracing a decade full of glamour, Shaw has captured behind-the-scenes fittings, salon shoots, runway shows along with editorial-style photographs of models and actresses posing in Dior’s ballgowns and day-suits. The tome also features some of the first fashion photographs ever shot in color and a rare moment showing Christian Dior spot-checking a model before a salon-style preview. A collection of many never-before-seen pictures, the book contains more than 140 rich black-and-white and color photographs.
This colorful image shows a model lounging in ensemble from the Spring-Summer 1960 Haute Couture collection, Silhouette de demain line.
Enter the world of Christian Dior by grabbing this collectible hardcover book with text by Natasha Fraser-Cavassoni and preface by Lee Radziwill. The Dior Glamour by Mark Shaw is up for $115 at Rizzoli.
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