The program, in its 17th year, is giving five female scientists research grants of $60,000.
The partnership comes at a time of expansion for the skin-care brand.
Ahead of the launch of Christian Dior Parfums’ latest book, “Dior in Bloom,” director of brand identity and culture Frederic Bourdelier recounts the famed couturier’s lifelong relationship with flowers.
The brand’s first fragrance allows for up to seven scent combinations.
Skin care’s “cleanical” brands are on the upswing, proving consumers no longer have to choose between safety and science.
All proceeds from the fragrance will benefit the Hope for Depression Research Foundation.
Hair and fragrance grew year-over-year, while skin care showed softer declines than the second quarter of 2020.