So Dior at Harrods

22nd April 2013

My Indian timing has struck again and even though the fabulous So Dior experience has been causing a buzz in Harrods for the last month- I only managed to make it down on the penultimate day! and i’m so glad I didn’t miss it. The So Dior really was an experience with Dior yuminess around the department store which included a pop up store, an exhibition, yummy treats at a chic tea room and dreamy windows. There’s just something about London’s fashion exhibitions of late- I cooed at the Hermes and the Valentino exhibition (I’m yet to get down to the Bowie exhibition) and the So Dior made me coo all over again with the clever installations and exhibits that added that extra sense of drama. I loved the faux red carpet which had several Dior gowns worn by celebs that flashed with cameras mimicking the Paparazzi,the pretty doll’s house and the iconic London telephone box that got the Dior make-over.

Enjoy the pics! and I can’t wait to see what Harrods does next….!

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3 diorThe Doll’s House with J’adore bottles of perfume inside the rooms.

4 diorThe impeccable toiles by Christian Dior, John Galliano and Raf Simons.

5 diorPrincess Margaret chose to wear Dior at her 21st Birthday and worked with the Princess to host two fashion shows in order to raise money for The Red Cross.

6 diorA ‘theatre’ of Dior, miniatures of the houses gowns over the years.

8 dior This stunning embellished dress was worn by Audrey Hepburn in 1961 for Harper’s Bazaar.

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11 diorThe chic pop up tea room

12 diorDior cupcakes!

Images: Harrods Facebook and my own images.

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