Cherie Bow

With sorbet glosses, tutu-inspired nail polish and eye shadow as delicate as Christian Dior’s beloved roses, the powder-hued  Chérie Bow collection picks up on classic Dior signatures.

Among them are Trianon gray, which has clad the walls of the house since the couturier’s first fashion show, in 1947; hounds-tooth and bows, which have been a consistent presence in house creations from the beginning; and a British-inflected name, in homage to the designer’s first perfume,  Miss Dior, which in 1947 paid tribute to the designer’s passion for English elegance The makeup line, whose palette was designed by Camille Miceli, Dior’s director of accessories, heralds spring’s first flowers.




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