A video from Dior about Château de La Colle Noire, Christian Dior's vacation property in Provence from 1951 until his death in 1957. It was sold in 1958, then the Dior brand purchased it in 2013, and began restoration efforts on the nine-bedroom house and the extensive gardens. It was also the inspiration for the new La Colle Noir fragrance.
Christian Dior has launched La Colle Noire, the latest addition to their upscale La Collection Privée Christian Dior fragrance series. La Colle Noire was named for the Château de La Colle Noire in Fayence, Dior’s vacation home from 1951 until his death (the house was purchased by the Dior brand in 2013). La Colle Noire follows 2015’s Fève Délicieuse…
Master pastry chef Pierre Hermé makes Sensation Chloé, “a dessert that captures the contrasting combinations of unctuousness, density of chocolate and freshness of raspberry”, to mark White Day. The “moreish delicacy” was served at the Café Dior in Seoul.* In French, but chocolate is easy to understand in any language.
The commercial for the new Fahrenheit Cologne from Dior: "a new encounter between men and elements".