Christian Dior Dress, 1954 - Christian Dior was a French fashion designer best known for his fashion empire, which is still prevalent in pop culture today. Today his company Dior owns LVMH, which in turn owns Louis Vuitton.

Vintage Fashion's Interesting Comeback

Christian Dior Dress, 1954 - Christian Dior was a French fashion designer best known for his fashion empire, which is still prevalent in pop culture today. Today his company Dior owns LVMH, which in turn owns Louis Vuitton.

1955 Christian Dior

1955 Christian Dior

Model wearing a pink lace dress by Christian Dior, 1962. Photo by Georges Saad.

Model wearing a pink lace dress by Christian Dior, 1962. Photo by Georges Saad.

Christian Dior : Paris Fashion Week Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2009, This look is beautiful!! Wish I had somewhere to wear this.!

Christian Dior Spring 2009 Haute Couture

Christian Dior : Paris Fashion Week Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2009, This look is beautiful!! Wish I had somewhere to wear this.!

Christian Dior Couture Spring 2012-- (This is the SAME EXACT DRESS that Sunny Harnett wore back in the 1950s, only in a solid color).

Christian Dior Couture Spring 2012-- (This is the SAME EXACT DRESS that Sunny Harnett wore back in the 1950s, only in a solid color).

Christian Dior.SPRING  COUTURE 2011. ruffles, sheer, ombre

Christian Dior.SPRING COUTURE 2011. ruffles, sheer, ombre

1948 Christian Dior

1948 Christian Dior

notordinaryfashion:  Christian Dior 1957 Vintage - I would wear this now!

notordinaryfashion: Christian Dior 1957 Vintage - I would wear this now!

Christian Dior Resort 2013

Christian Dior Resort 2013

Cocktail Ensemble, Christian Dior, Paris, France: 1956, silk taffeta, silk organza. "Of the spring 1956 collection- the Tulip line- Vogue reported, "Not since 1947 and Dior's famous first Collection have Paris fashions had such a rush of femininity- nor have there been so many bravos at the dramatic end of an opening." The small jacket cut high to reveal the waist of the skirt, called a "Caraco" was a common element of the Tulip line."

Cocktail Ensemble, Christian Dior, Paris, France: 1956, silk taffeta, silk organza. "Of the spring 1956 collection- the Tulip line- Vogue reported, "Not since 1947 and Dior's famous first Collection have Paris fashions had such a rush of femininity- nor have there been so many bravos at the dramatic end of an opening." The small jacket cut high to reveal the waist of the skirt, called a "Caraco" was a common element of the Tulip line."

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