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Evening dress, Baghdad House Of: Dior Designer: Yves Saint Laurent Date: 1958 Media: Gold Embroidered Net, Sequins, Pearls, Gold Thread, And Beads Country: France

Evening dress, Baghdad House Of: Dior Designer: Yves Saint Laurent Date: 1958 Media: Gold Embroidered Net, Sequins, Pearls, Gold Thread, And Beads Country: France

christian dior couture paris show maria grazia chiuri

Christian Dior Couture AW17

christian dior couture paris show maria grazia chiuri

1954 “Muguet” Lily of the Valley Dress by Christian Dior

1954 “Muguet” Lily of the Valley Dress by Christian Dior

Cinderella custom

Cinderella custom

Evening dress, Callot Soeurs, 1919, silk & metallic lace, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Evening dress, Callot Soeurs, 1919, silk & metallic lace, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Alexander McQueen vintage lace dress in Notting Hill

Alexander McQueen vintage lace dress in Notting Hill

Street Style: Coral Coat & Colorblock Tote

Street Style: Coral Coat & Colorblock Tote

Ball gown by House of Dior Fall/Winter 1953-1954 (Metropolitan Museum of Art).

Ball gown by House of Dior Fall/Winter 1953-1954 (Metropolitan Museum of Art).

all+best+actress+oscar+dresses+since+1929.jpg (688×1600). My most favorite on this list is Greer Garson's dress, Joan Fontaine ('42), and Louise Rainer's.

all+best+actress+oscar+dresses+since+1929.jpg (688×1600). My most favorite on this list is Greer Garson's dress, Joan Fontaine ('42), and Louise Rainer's.

After the deprivations of World War II, Dior believed that the survival of the haute couture relied on its ability to restore fantasy and luxury to women’s wardrobes. The fragile effects of this gown, which merges Second Empire romanticism with the classical iconography of ideal and eternal beauty, recall Dior’s belief that “fashion comes from a dream.”

After the deprivations of World War II, Dior believed that the survival of the haute couture relied on its ability to restore fantasy and luxury to women’s wardrobes. The fragile effects of this gown, which merges Second Empire romanticism with the classical iconography of ideal and eternal beauty, recall Dior’s belief that “fashion comes from a dream.”

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