Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Inspiration Dior

Sketch by Dior; Spring 1947

Inspiration: Dior at Moscow’s Pushkin Museum.
The exhibition will be covering the full history of Dior including pieces of his famous successors such a Yves Saint Laurent and John Galliano even expanding to the company's leather goods, jewelry, and perfumes. But nothing will over shadow the influential designs of Christian Dior's pieces when he reined the fashion industry.

Christian Dior's “New Look” has nipped the waists of movie stars, socialites and models since its introduction in 1947 at the French designer's first-ever runway show.

The Bar Suit, Spring 1947

Marlene Dietrich in Dior;
Stage Fright by Alfred Hitchcock 1950

How to marry a Millionair
by Jean Negulesco 1953

The Exhibition opend it's doors to the public April 28 and running through July 24, is to feature about 120 couture dresses along with some 60 blue-chip artworks, including paintings from the Pushkin’s bulging collection and others on loan from top museums and private collections.


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