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Brief Published: 14 Mar 2011

Dior’s Bon Marché


Paris department store Le Bon Marché is currently playing host to an exhibition celebrating the work of legendary fashion house (and fellow LVMH brand) Christian Dior.

Designed by French designer and renowned fashion show producer Alexandre de Betak in Dior’s beloved colours of black, white and Montaigne grey, the exhibition space is decorated with oversized props of mirrors and stars.

Garments on show range from a suit from the infamous 1947 New Look collection designed by Christian Dior himself, to present day collections created by Dior’s most recent head designer, the controversial John Galliano.

Creatively embedded in vintage Dior packaging, video installations by artists Zhang Huan and Zhang Dali show films from the brand’s archives.

The department store’s windows have also been taken over by the fashion house, only displaying products from Dior’s ranges.