The prestigious London Museum has decided to extend the tribute to the “Stylist of Dreams”
An exhibition and a path tailored to the chosen few, like some of the garments of man to whom the Victoria and Albert wanted to pay homage to its highest levels in recent months.
It is the initiative launched by the famous London museum to follow up, after the sell-out of the ‘Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams’ exhibition, which opened to the public on February 2nd and ended on July 15th.
This is an opportunity available by reservation until September 1st for the lucky ones who are able to list for special private visits between the ten rooms reserved for the works of the famous French fashion designer. Work synthesized by the same master as a form of “ephemeral architecture, dedicated to the beauty of the female body”.
The first two sections tell the origins of Christian Dior, starting with the first show that inaugurated the “New Look” of the post-war woman