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Miss Dior Exhibition - Tribute to Miss Dior Fragrance
Miss Dior Exhibition – Tribute to Miss Dior Fragrance


This new exhibition by Christian Dior pays tribute to the world famous Miss Dior fragrance, and it’s open until the 25th of November. This fragrance, launched in 1947 is one of the brand iconic products and is represented by Natalie Portman.

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This exhibition will showcase artworks by 15 female artists (including Carla Mattii, the italian artist), along with a selection of photographs and outfits that pinpoint special events in Dior’s life.

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The venue is the Grand Palais and the entrance is free, so there are several reasons to attend!

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