Dior book
The rose petal pink book The Little Book of Dior follows the story of the French couturier, Christian Dior’s early life, the brand’s inception, the triumphs of the couture collection on both the catwalk and red carpet and the fashion house’s evolution after the death of its founder.
Christian Dior It’s an exquisitely curated selection of illustrations accompanies fashion writer Karen Homer’s dynamic text offering historical insight with delightful stills. What’s more, it will fit in your (Dior) handbag!
I’ve learnt a lot about one of my most favourite fashion houses thanks to it.


…Christian Dior’s spectacular rise to the upper echelons of the Parisian fashion world is one of the most compelling stories of twentieth-century fashion. An art gallerist with a contemporary vision steeped in the traditions of French haute couture, Dior’s debut collection in 1947 invented the New Look silhouette, a post-war reaction to the austerity and ration books people had faced, revolutionizing the way women dressed, shopped and saw themselves.

Dior freed women from confined corsets but offered a tailored silhouette. The rounded shoulders, feminine bust, pinched in waists and fuller skirts always make me think of Dior and that style suits my own hourglass figure.


This book shares the journey of a brand known today as one of opulence, drama and femininity. It is a joy to behold, a treasure to admire.

Author Karen Homer is a fashion journalist who has written for Vogue and The Times. Her books include Things a Woman Should Know About Style and Dressing Marilyn.
Good luck on entering the competition. The Little Book of Dior is usually priced at £12.99.
Ends 20th June 2020.
No cash alternative.
UK only.
The Little Book of Dior
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48 Responses

  1. Christine Hobbs

    I would love it to add to my coffee table books. Books that are a little bit different, give glamour colour and luxury to my home x

  2. Isabel

    I’ve recently become a huge fan of Dior, this little book would be great on the coffee table there for me to read when I want to relax.

  3. Charlotte

    I would love to win to give to my daughter who is very interested in fashion.

  4. Samantha M

    I love reading fashion magazines so this would be a lovely treat.

  5. Lucy

    I’ve just completed my fashion degree I love Dior style so elegant and timeless ❤️❤️


    It’s Dior, darling. Absolutely fabulous!….And I love the movie Mrs ‘Arris Goes To Paris ~ The perfect feel good movie about wanting to buy a Dior dress.

  7. Sallyanne Rose

    I love looking at the glamorous and stylish fashions from the past

  8. Sheena Read

    I would like to win because this book sounds interesting.

  9. Natalie Gillham

    I’d love to win this for my daughter who’s studying fashion x

  10. Allan Fullarton

    I would love to win it for my mother – she’d be over the moon!


    It would be fascinating to read the history of Christian Dior – to learn all about the fashion designer himself, what inspired his wonderful creations, the famous women who wore them, and how his name became an icon in the world of fashion.

  12. Deanie Gillies

    Wow! What a little beauty! The ultimate in coffee table books for sure x

  13. Julie Camm

    I love looking at the glamorous and stylish fashions from the past…

  14. Adrian Bold

    This looks like it could be a great read and not something I know anything about.

  15. Patricia Barrett

    I would like to win this for my daughter who loves fashion and design history.

  16. Amelia Mccreith

    I studied textile design and now work as a designer! Dior has always been an inspiration. It would be a lovely prize.

  17. Hazel Rea

    I’d love to win because my daughter is really into the history of fashion – she always goes to the V&A fashion exhibitions and buys the associated book. She would absolutely adore this book.

  18. Laura Pritchard

    I love the classic fashion looks and would pore over this for hours!

  19. Emma England

    I’d love to win because this is the ultimate coffee table book!

  20. Debbie

    I want to win because I love the brand Dior! I’m so interested

  21. Marie Rungapadiachy

    I want to win as I love all of the iconic photos from such an amazing brand.

  22. Lisa Wilkinson

    It looks like a fantastic book. Classy cover as expected of Dior

  23. Linda Bird

    Super book from a top brand would love to share with my daughters.

  24. Nicole Scott

    I would love to win this book because Dior are such an iconic brand and I’m often inspired by the luxurious runway looks and pieces when putting together my own outfits x

  25. Sj Straw

    I love Dior as a fashioner designer and I also love their perfume.

  26. maria

    I love fashion and this would be lovely to add to my collection of books x

  27. Catherine

    I would love to know more about the history of French fashion.

  28. Mary Ja

    I love the style and class of Dior. So sassy and yet so calm


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