Miss Dior is the first fragrance created by Christian Dior. In 1947 it saw the light of day, and next month the iconic scent gets its own exhibition at Grand Palais in Paris.The French fashion house said the 6,500-square-foot showcase in the building’s Galerie Courbe is to present large-scale works commissioned from 15 female artists, including Lee Bul and Karen Kilimnik. Free to the public, the show also includes artworks that inspired the Christian Dior, along with rare photos and selected outfits, from emblematic couture to the dresses Raf Simons designed for Natalie Portman, who is today’s face of Miss Dior.
The exhibition will celebrate the fragrance through large-scale artworks by 15 female artists, along with rare photographs and a selection of outfits including the dresses that Raf Simons designed for Portman to wear in the Miss Dior campaigns, according to WWD.
13 – 25 November 2013 at Grand Palais