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Кристиан Диор. Человек-легенда / Christian Dior. The Man behind the myth (2005)

Кристиан Диор. Человек-легенда / Christian Dior. The man behind the myth
Документальный фильм (Франция, 2005).
Режиссер: Филипп Ланфранши / Philippe Lanfranchi



Кристиан Диор не только изменил и сделал модной "высокую моду", он противоречил самому образу модельера, принятого в обществе. Этот француз никогда не шел на поводу у своей популярности. Он завоевал мир, благодаря смелому взгляду на женскую элегантность,  оставаясь при этом сдержанным и консервативным человеком. Но что повлияло на вкусы Диора? Что вдохновляло его динамичное творчество и принесло потрясающий успех? Детство в Нормандии, вечный образ материнской элегантности, его любовь к цветам искусству и архитектуре? Фильм помогает взглянуть изнутри на тайны человека, ставшего легендой - Великого модельера Кристиана Диора.

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Christian Dior

The Little Dictionary of Fashion

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This is the bestselling fashion classic now available in cloth-bound special edition. Illustrated with delightful photographs and drawings, this beautiful book is the perfect gift for both the style-conscious and the desperately in need! Christian Dior reveals the secrets of style in his indispensable guide that covers everything from what to wear to a wedding and how to tie a scarf to how to walk with grace.

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Christian Dior: Je suis Couturier - фрагменты из книги Кристиана Диора "Я - кутюрье", много фотографий

Christian Dior and I by Christian Dior

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PROLOGUE THE TWO CHRISTIAN DIORS 9
PART I THE BIRTH OF THE MAISON
CHRISTIAN DIOR
I HOW I BECAME CHRISTIAN DIOR 15
H A HOUSE OF MY OWN 26
HI THE NEW LOOK 45
IV AN INNOCENT ABROAD IN THE U.S.A. 59
PART II FROM THE IDEA TO THE DRESS
I THE CREATION OF A COLLECTION 8l
H FROM THE Toile TO THE DRESS 93
m THE BIRTH OF THE COLLECTION 105
IV THE DRESS REHEARSAL Il6
V THE EVE OF THE BATTLE I2J
VI THE SHOWING OF THE COLLECTION 135
VH THE ROMANCE OF CLOTHES 150
PART III INSIDE A FASHION
ESTABLISHMENT
I THE MANNEQUINS 165
H THE CLIENTS 177
IH DOMESTIC EXPANSION 184
IV PARIS TO NEW YORK AND BACK AGAIN 197
V CHRISTIAN DIOR-LONDON 207
PART IV THE ADVENTURE OF MY LIFE
I MY EARLY YEARS 215
H FRIENDSHIP AND FRUSTRATIONS 227
OH PORTRAIT OF MYSELF 243
 
PROLOGUE
 
THE TWO CHRISTIAN DIORS
 
REVIEWERS often describe the authors of memoirs as 'looking back to their pasts." I have never liked this expression; for one thing it suggests that the writer needs to "look back," and for another, it implies that his past is already dead and gone. I should like to say right away that I feel no need to "look back" to my past, and I certainly feel no false nostalgia for it. I am convinced that my finest memories are yet to come, and that even my past is still young and alive. After all, Christian Dior's past is only ten years old, and I confess that to me the most interesting part about it is the turn it may take tomorrow. You will gather from this that there are two Christian Diors; and I am speaking now of Christian Dior, fashion designer, of the Maison Christian Dior, 30, avenue Montaigne, born in 1947. It was in order to tell the truth about the second, ten-year-old Christian Dior that the first Christian Dior decided to write this book. He had already been the subject of quite enough inaccurate discussion, and I felt it was time to let the world know the real facts about him. In any case, I was afraid that if I waited any longer, I might find myself far away from him. Personally, I always find the ears of apprenticeship, when a man is carving out his career, the most exciting part of any autobiography. Unfortunately, once he has left these years behind and entered his period of actual productivity, all too often he can no longer understand and recreate the aspirations of the man he once was.

Alas, the writing of this book has involved me in a completely alien form of expression. I undertook it with many misgivings, and I survey the results without the slightest conceit. Conceit! Some of my readers will smile when they see this and think that since I have written a book concerned entirely with myself and my trade, I cannot convincingly deny ~being conceited. Let me make myself clear. In this book I .shall discuss only subjects which I know at firsthand and can therefore treat with authority. People who are not interested in fashion will not bother to read my book; those who are will find it only natural that I should be the author. I have not voiced my opinion of matters beyond my pen such as abstract art or constitutional reform; to my mind, that would "be real conceit. I am a good deal less confident about my handling of the
problem of the two Christian Diors Christian Dior, the man in the public eye, and Christian Dior, the private individual who seem to get further and further apart. The one who lias the biggest part in this book is the dress designer. Ensconced in a magnificent group of buildings on the avenue Montaigne, he is a compound of people, dresses, hats, furs, stockings, perfumes, publicity notices, press photographs, and, every now and then, a small bloodless revolution made by the scissors rather than the sword whose reverberations extend to all comers of the world. Perhaps I should have concentrated entirely on him, and let nothing of myself come through. But then I would have cheated and deprived my story of all that is personal. For I present a very different sort of picture: I was born at Granville in Normandy on January 21, 1905, to Alexandre Louis Maurice Dior, manufacturer, and Madeleine Martin, housewife. Half -Parisian and half-Norman, I am still much attached to my native Normandy, although I rarely go there now.

I like the simple things of life, such as small intimate gatherings of old friends; I detest the noise and bustle of the world and sudden, violent changes. My fellow ountryman, Gustave Flaubert, defended one of the characters in his novels before a court with the bold words: "I am Madame Bovary." And were Christian Dior, couturier, ever to involve me in a similar situation, I should certainly defend him with my last breath: "I am he!" For whether I like it or not, my inmost hopes and dreams are expressed in his creations.
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