PARIS — Marc Bohan, who held the design reins at Christian Dior for almost three decades, is the subject of an exhibition that opens Friday at the French fashion house’s museum in Granville, a picturesque town on the Normandy coast.
“Dior: The Bohan Years” runs through Sept. 20 and is billed as the first dedicated to his design legacy and the galaxy of famous women he dressed, including Jackie Kennedy, Sophia Loren, Brigitte Bardot and Maria Callas. The display will include dresses Bohan designed for Princess Grace of Monaco, on loan from the principality.
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