We love the Dior Addict “It-Lash” Mascara Campaign featuring Sasha Luss, courtesy of leahcultice. Take a peek at all the Dior Addict mascara’s available on eBay. Also, don’t forget to pick up some hot pink eye-liner to complete the look.
Meet model Elena Perminova. Here she is standing outside the Dior show in Paris, wearing a sleek pantsuit from Christian Dior. We believe a lady can never have too many pantsuits so keep an eye open for some different Dior ensembles here on eBay.
(Photo by Melodie Jeng for TIS. Text by Jauretsi)
Insta-Peep-O-Gram: Diamond in the Rough
We’ve become recently enchanted by the Instagram feed of @antkendal, whose mix of travel shots, fashion behind-the-scenes images, and snaps from art exhibits makes for the perfectly curated life. And with only 169 followers, this one really is a hidden gem.
(Photos courtesy of @antkendal. Text by Jenny Bahn)
What do you call an 18K yellow and white gold ring with diamonds, yellow diamonds, Paraiba tourmalines, emeralds, pink spinels, red spinels, fire opals, amethysts, sapphires, yellow sapphires, hauynes, and pink sapphires? This feast of a ring is by Dior and is called the “Dentelle Chantilly” multicolored ring. Take a look at the video to discover its glorious conception. To take a peek at more vintage Dior jewelry, here’s a few treasures in the eBay closet.
(Photo: Courtesy of Dior. Text by Jauretsi)
Belles of the Ball
There was a lot going on at the red carpet of last night’s 70th annual Golden Globe Awards, and a lot of it was good. Jennifer Lawrence was a nipped-in vision in her Dior Haute Couture, as was the absolutely gorgeous Marion Cotillard, also in Dior. Together, with Jessica Alba’s peachy gown by Oscar de la Renta, the three created a trifecta of our favorite shades of the night. Kristin Wig looked like the life of the party in her sexy cut-out dress by Michael Kors. Kerry Washington’s nude and metallic Miu Miu ensemble was refreshingly casual while still being very glamorous. And honorable mention goes to Downton Abbey’s Michelle Dockery, wearing a gold and white gown fit for royalty by Alexandre Vauthier Haute Couture, as well as Jennifer Garner, who dripped with elegance in her beaded Vivienne Westwood Couture gown. But the sartorial winner of last night’s affair was definitely, without a shadow of a doubt, Miss Kate Hudson, wearing the most heavenly and glamorous gown by Alexander McQueen.
(Photos courtesy of Style.com and Marie Claire. Text by Jenny Bahn)
By Sade Lythcott
It’s official. The Dior lightsaber has officially been passed from John Galliano to Raf Simons. Nostalgic as some might be for the the frivolity and irreverence of Galliano, Dior couldn’t be in more deserving hands. Read this December’s Vogue article on Simons to get to know the designer and his aesthetic better. In the article, Raf expresses his great humility about such an important opportunity as the new creative director of Dior. In the article, he gives homage to his roots. “I am super proud of my parents—my mother was a cleaning lady, and my father was a night watchman in the army,” says Simons, “and now I stand in this world, and yeah, it’s a bourgeois environment, in a house that’s seen in France as the most important position in fashion, along with Chanel. But I don’t care about that. What I find amazing is that it’s a beautiful house where I can make clothes to make women happy. I was raised in a very happy nest by very happy people, and I like to think that those are enough ingredients to make me succeed at Dior.”
We wish Simons the best of luck. Check out Simons first collection for Dior here. Thoughts?