Christian Dior was the dream fashion designer. Since the founding of his House in 1946, consecrated by the New Look revolution, his visionary spirit has never ceased to glorify women all over the world, inspiring his successors more than ever today. "Material is the only vehicle for our dreams (...). In short, fashion comes from a dream, and the dream is an escape," he wrote in his book 'Je suis couturier' (I am a fashion designer). As his collections went by, Monsieur Dior became the demiurge of the happiness of his muses.

Throughout the seasons, this exceptional heritage has been reinvented by Maria Grazia Chiuri, Artistic Director of the women's collections, and Kim Jones, Artistic Director of the men's collections. Kim Jones has created a wardrobe at the crossroads of classic elegance, neo-Romanticism, streetwear and contemporary culture. Every season, he invites contemporary artists - such as KAWS, Raymond Pettibon, Hajime Sorayama, Daniel Arsham and Alex Foxton - to reinterpret the House's heritage by celebrating the tailoring that was so dear to Christian Dior. A poetic way, both unique and infinite, of (re)defining masculinity.