It was placed first on neckties and soon was applied to hosiery, furs, hats, gloves, handbags, jewelry, lingerie, and scarves.
The collection overall showcased more stereotypically feminine designs in contrast to the popular fashions of wartime, with full skirts, tight waists, and soft shoulders.
Dior's fashion background included working for or alongside other well-known fashion and perfume legends of the mid-twentieth century.
In 2007, Kris Van Assche was appointed as the new artistic director of Dior Homme.
A store on Fifth Avenue and 57th Street in New York City was opened in 1948, for the first time.
In honour of and the , a Dior fashion show was held at the Blenheim Palace in 1954 as well.