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  1. Christian Dior was born on January 21, 1905, in Normandy, France to a fertilizer manufacturer Maurice and his wife Isabelle Cardamone Dior. He was the second of the five children born to the couple. When he was five, the Diors shifted base to Paris.

  2. 2 de nov. de 2017 · Dior was born on January 21, 1905, in Granville, a seaside town in the north of France. He was the second of five children born to Alexandre Louis Maurice Dior, the owner of a highly successful...

  3. 26 de jul. de 2018 · A year before her June 2008 death, Catherine Dior confirmed the story at a French Resistance memorial service. Although fiercely proud and defensive of her brother Christian and his legacy, Catherine Dior was not what you might describe as a fashion person. Nor, on the other hand, was she by any means conventional.

  4. Christian Dior was born in Granville, a seaside town on the coast of Normandy, France. He was the second of five children born to Maurice Dior, a wealthy fertilizer manufacturer (the family firm was Dior Frères), and his wife, formerly Madeleine Martin.

  5. 20 de oct. de 2020 · Christian Dior nació el 21 de enero de 1905 en Granville, Francia. El diseñador parisino fue hijo de una familia de la burguesía de provincias francesas; sus padres fueron Maurice Dior y Madeleine Dior. Su padre era dueño de un empresa de fertilizantes muy exitosa, pero al empezar la gran depresión después de la guerra, el negocio quebró, y su familia sufrió de graves problemas económicos. En consecuencia, Christian Dior comenzó a vender pequeños dibujos de moda para tener ...

  6. Christian Dior ( Granville, Francia, 21 de enero de 1905 - Montecatini Terme, Italia, 24 de octubre de 1957) fue un influyente diseñador de moda, fundador de la firma de moda que lleva su nombre, Dior, una de las marcas de artículos de lujo más representativas del último siglo. Índice 1 Biografía 2 Aportación al mundo de la moda

  7. 29 de ene. de 2019 · Christian Dior and Madame Bricard, seen here at the Paris ballet, were close collaborators (Credit: Getty Images) This talented team had been working directly with Dior and were highly valued...