Exhibit Pairs Dior Dress With Matching Impressionist Paintings

Exhibit Pairs Dior Dress With Matching Impressionist Paintings

Impressionist paintings are given a modern representation thanks to dresses from Dior.

Ross Brooks
  • 8 april 2013

Dior is set to make it’s museum in Granville, France even more impressive with their upcoming exhibition “Impressions Dior.” They plan to achieve this by displaying some of their best spring/summer dresses alongside impressionist paintings borrowed from institutions around France.

Some of the artists on display will include Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Edgar Degas and Georges Seurat. Dior’s exhibit will also coincide with an impressionist festival being held in Normandy around the same time.


The fashion brand also plans to host a “perfume path” through the garden of their museum as an added tribute to the impressionist movement.

The exhibition starts on May 4th and will run until September 22nd, and if you’re not able to make it, Rizzoli also plans to publish a hardcover book featuring many of the show’s highlights.


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