No one knows what the future holds, but that hasn’t stopped us from trying to find out. From astrology to palm reading to fortune telling, we’re fascinated by the mystic arts that give us clarity about where we came from, and perhaps hint at where we’re going.
The fashion industry has been all about it, and the house of Christian Dior is particularly steeped in the history of the occult. Monsieur Dior himself was deeply interested in astrology—a theme current Artistic Director Maria Grazia Chiuri has explored by incorporating mystical symbolism into her designs.
As demonstrated by the A/W17 collections, branding is back to assert its place in our wardrobes
The Dior Capture Youth line fights the first signs of aging.
Though some people want to ban the term anti-aging, we say: to each their own! Some of us want to age naturally, and some of us want to have lineless baby skin until the age of 105. Dior is making a move to satisfy the latter of us with a new line of anti-aging serums, called Capture Youth, targeted toward millennials and thirtysomethings. Because it's never too early to start fighting off free radical damage.
Dior's invitation may have read, "Why are there no great female artists?" but any woman who's successfully used a contouring brush knows that's a lie. Today's runway beauty looks gave us another opportunity for epic artistry, thanks to some serious spider lashes inspired by '60s beat babes.
Today's makeup look @dior 's SS18 show was all about the lashes. Sixties inspired 🕷SPIDER 🕷lashes. First I applied Diorshow Lash Maximizer, followed by a few coats of Diorshow Pump and Volume Mascara. A natural looking skin with our new Forever Undercover foundation and a hint of lipglow! @diormakeup Thankyou to my team for a great job! #backstage #mascara #lashes🕷
@peterphilipsmakeup님의 공유 게시물님, 2017 9월 26 오전 7:59 PDT
But there's still plenty of room for improvement.
The Fashion Spot's seasonal rundown of runway diversity in fashion ad campaigns for autumn/winter came with some hopeful news — but also showed us there's still a long way to go before everyone can feel truly represented.
Let's start with the good news. Fall ad campaigns were markedly more diverse than previous seasons and, for the first time ever, the number of nonwhite models cast exceeded 30 percent.
Saint Laurent, Coach 1941, Christian Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, Gap, Helmut Lang and Nordstrom were among the most racially diverse campaigns.
J. Law and Dior want to know what you'd do for love.
What would you do for love? Dior posed this question to their brand ambassador Jennifer Lawrence for a new social campaign called Dior Love Chain, and naturally, the actress's answer is perfectly relatable. Watch below to see what she has to say about love and wearing lingerie.
And you, what would you do for love? Our muse Jennifer Lawrence begins the #diorlovechain coming very soon! #jenniferlawrence @diorparfums #diorparfums
Dior Official(@dior)님의 공유 게시물님, 2017 8월 23 오후 2:00 PDT