Self assured and successful, without sacrificing one drop of sensuality, Charlize Theron is the incamation of Dior in the new J’adore opus.
She is goddess amongst legends: contemporary, blending harmony and character, she is one of the few stars today who can rekindle the golden age of Hollywood. Through this absolute feminity, she is woman, as celebrated by J’adore.
“No Dior: No Dietrich”
This tit for tat phrase that Marlene Dietrich snapped at the boss of Warner studios has become famous around the world. For when Marlene agreed in 1950 to star in Alfred Hitchcock’s Stage Freight, it was on the express condition that her wardrobe be made exclusively by Christian Dior, Whether on screen or off, Marlene was the most fervent star in Dior.
January 6, 1956, the Waldorf Astoria, New York,. A glowing Grace Kelly chose to celebrate her engagement in a white satin dress by Christian Dior. Three months later, one of the most beautiful princesses inn Hollywood was poised to marry rainier III of Monaco, and preparing to bring stars to our eyes through a fairytale come true. Blessed with inimitable elegance throughout her life, Princess Grace made Dior her Couture house of preference.
1962, in a suite at the Bel Air, Los Angeles. When young Bert Stern photographed the star for US Vogue, she posed with infinite grace, dressed all in black, all by Dior.
“Marilyn was not yet famous and everyone was looking at me in horror.” – Christian Dior.