J’Adore perfume: Dior created woman
Since Christian Dior began his career as a designer, he pursued a maximum goal: to boost woman femininity and beauty.
So some decades later, J’adore perfume was born: a fruity floral fragrance, Eau de parfum or Eau de toilette. The bottle gives off femininity with its prominent curves and slim neck.
Its floral notes and golden tone contribute to that image “Diorness” typical of Dior high couture, made of elegance and refinement, even the last detail.
Just as he wanted to show women, “prominent bust and hips, princess waist, distinguished bearing”. An elegant and seductive woman, proud of being a herself.
That is how Dior launched the New Look, thinking about women: wasp waist and corolla skirts. He drew women as number 8 figures, similar to J’adore bottle, emulating the first amphora-shaped containers of the firm, classic and timeless. Like a high-fashion design. Wide curved base, sleek neck that resembles a Masai collar and cap shaped a crystal ball design, ending with the name on its heart: “J’adore”. A shout out to the beautiful, an exclamation of good taste and admiration, waking any of Dior designs.
He pretends to call the attention with his Dior women perfumes:
“A fashion house must offer perfumes that hold testimony of their origins and conscience” (François Demachy, perfumer-creator of the House of Dior).
Dior loved woman and wanted to please her. Although he is no longer with us, his spirit will remain alive wherever there is an elegant woman with exquisite style and charisma.
“Women, due to their certain instinct, must have understood that I dreamed of making them not only more beautiful, but also happier” (Christian Dior)
Thanks Dior for your perfumes and for loving women so much.The latest J’Adore clip of Jean-Jacques Annaud with a new Charlize Theron as the model who runs up the stairs at the Palace of Versailles. An elegant, striking, perfect combination.