Diorama by Christian Dior Perfume. Diorama is a sophisticated panoply of scents fit for royalty.
Juicy bergamot, peach, melon and plum comprise the opening. The heart features fragrant jasmine, gardenia, tuberose, nutmeg, clove, cinnamon, rose, lily-of-the-valley, violet, caraway and pepper. Vetiver, musk, sandalwood, oak moss, Virginia cedar, castoreum, civetta and leather create the base. It’s a complex chypre fruity blend with impressive longevity. A few delicate spritzes on pulse points
such as your neck or wrists create a subtle yet powerful aura to guide you through your day. Enjoy the tangy tones as they dance with classic florals and natural earthy elements for a head-turning effect.
This perfume was released in 1948 and has remained a bestseller. The artist behind the fragrance is Edmond Roudnitska who collaborated with the iconic company Christian Dior. The French fashion house released its first creation in 1947. Since then, more than 200 trendsetting products for men and women has re-defined the meaning of beauty and glamour.
Called "the most recognized name in fashion," Christian Dior started in the business by selling fashion sketches but did not get his first break until 1938, at the age of 33. He was hired by Robert Piguet, but he went to work with Lucien Lelong after his tour of duty in World War II. Dior opened his own house, the House of Dior, in 1946 and released his first collection in 1947, which featured the "New Look": soft, feminine designs in place of...
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