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DMA Dior exhibit
Reverence for the cathedral of couture. Photo by James Florio, Dallas Museum of Art
DMA Dior exhibit
This display is called "Office of Dreams," which is what Christian Dior called his studio. Photo by James Florio, Dallas Museum of Art
DMA Dior exhibit
"Splendors of the 18th Century" looks like a room from the palace of Versailles. Photo by James Florio, Dallas Museum of Art
DMA Dior exhibit
"Fields of Flowers" is the most colorful room in the exhibit. Photo by James Florio, Dallas Museum of Art
Photograph by Stanley Marcus. Collection of Allison V. Smith. CD MARCUS 10MB
A photo of Christian Dior taken by his friend Stanley Marcus. Photo courtesy of DMA
DMA Dior exhibit
View looks by each of Dior's artistic directors. Photo by James Florio, Dallas Museum of Art
DMA Dior exhibit
Do not just walk by these mannequins at the entrance. Photo by James Florio, Dallas Museum of Art
DMA Dior exhibit
"Total Look" puts clothes together with accessories. Photo by James Florio, Dallas Museum of Art
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A gown by Maria Grazia Chiuri for Christian Dior that's on display. Photo courtesy of DMA
Maria Grazia Chiuri for Christian Dior. Haute Couture Spring-Summer 2018. “Dior Red” ball gown in tiered tulle fans, after the design Francis Poulenc,
A 2018 gown by Maria Grazia Chiuri for Christian Dior that's on display. Photo courtesy of DMA