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Christian Dior


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Christian Dior

30 Avenue Montaigne Paris France


Public (Paris Stock Exchange: DIOR)

This is not your grandmère's Christian Dior. Under head designer John Galliano, the fashion house has gone from outfitting ladies who lunch to women who rock. The holding company's operating unit, Christian Dior Couture, designs and makes some of the world's most coveted haute couture, as well as luxury ready-to-wear fashion and accessories (for men and women). Christian Dior operates more than 200 boutiques worldwide with plans to open more. It added skincare to its mix in 2006. Don't let the pious name fool you, though; Christian Dior is a wolf in very tight-fitting clothing due to its controlling stake in luxury goods giant LVMH. Chairman and CEO Bernard Arnault and family control Christian Dior. - Hoovers




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