Thursday, October 11, 2012

The Miss Dior Legacy; Actors Only

What makes the Dior Woman? Charm? An unaffected sense of self? Or an acting accolade? It seems that the Dior Women are mostly of acting stock (with Miss Moss being the stark exception) which brings me to the conclusion that the Dior Woman is
  • a celeb, hounded by the paparazzi
  • pulls off the cat-eye VERY WELL 
  • and almost always has an edge which sets her apart from the rest of the Hollywood "I've-Got-An-Oscar" Kitties

The question is not whether Miss-Dior-To-Be Jennifer Lawrence has the acting credibility to be graced with the Dior brand, but whether she'll be able to live up to the name of the Dior Woman. Looking at the more memorable Dior girls, she's got tall heels to stand on.

Mila Kunis: The Funny Girl Next Door Who Looks Like A Super-Spy

Reign: Autumn/Winter 2012/13

CTF: That 70s Show; Forgetting Sarah Marshall; Friends With Benefits, Black Swan

Trend: Mila is a sharp tongued woman, unashamedly funny and yet still sends out a strong feminine image which is a clear component of what makes a Dior Woman.

Marion Cotillard: AKA Lady Dior

Reign: Fall 2011

CTF: The Dark Knight Rises,

Trend: Marion brings a dark beauty to the Dior stage and her look magnifies the intrigue and mystery a Dior Woman often possesses. Marion falls into an elite category taking on the role of Miss Dior as well as Lady Dior, a feat of note.

Kate Moss: The Dior Addict Ambassador

Reign: Undefined as the face of Dior's Addict Lipstick

CTF: Supermodel of note. Queen of Grunge-Chic. Cat-eye Extraordinaire.

Monica Bellucci: The Dior Campaign Overachiever

Reign: Rouge Dior, Dior Hypnotic Poison Parfum, DiorShow Iconic Mascara, Miss Dior, Dior Skin

Big shoes to fill Jenny. Pretty big shoes...

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