Dior’s couturier on Wednesday attended the preview of “The Unexpected Subject. 1978 Art and Feminism in Italy” exhibition in Milan, sponsored by Dior.
Eight stores, including pop-ups in Mykonos and Ibiza, will carry merchandise bearing the name of the destination.
From phallic blooms to all-white extravaganzas, five Paris-based florists unpick the fashion industry’s obsession with gifted bouquets.
The event recognized male and female mentors.
The fashion house’s Women @ Dior program is designed to empower female students.
The performances will be held from March 29 to April 2 in Rome at the Teatro Costanzi.
The French fashion house plans to roll out online sales to several new markets this year, including China and Japan.
The show is a grand sweep of sparkle, rippling wool, sculpted jackets and floral motifs, reflecting Dior’s fascination with Britain.
“Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams,” opens Feb. 2 and runs until July 19 at the V&A in London.