This gorgeously crafted coffee table book is a treasure for anyone who loves perfume, art, history, or aesthetics. The photos alone are worth the price of admission, but add Chandler Burr's exacting eye (and nose) and his ability to tell a story, and you have one of our favorite gifts in a long, long time. Dior: The Perfumes is an exquisite exploration of the relationship between Christian Dior and perfumes, celebrating sixty-five years of inspiration, innovation, and style.
“Coffee Table Book for the Fashion-Obsessed. The gorgeous cover alone makes this perfume-centered book worth purchasing. Written by Burr, a former scent critic for the New York Times, this book takes the reader through 65 years of Christian Dior’s legendary fragrances.” –WhoWhatWear
"Christmas comes early for perfume collectors in the form of Dior's new coffee table book, Dior The Perfumes, a visually stunning and expertly written chronicle of the brand's rich and unusual fragrance history—from Miss Dior, the first perfume created in 1947, to the present." –Harper's Bazaar
"Combined with the original photography by Terri Weifenbach, this is the very definition of eye candy. Written by renowned fragrance critic Chandler Burr (with illustrated text by Vincent Lauré), the history of both Dior the man and Dior the brand is a must-read for any fragrance or fashion lover." –Refinery29
Chandler Burr is curator of olfactory art at the Museum of Art and Design in New York and former scent critic for the New York Times. Vincent Leret is Patriomony Project Manager at Dior Parfums. Terri Weifenbach is a fine art photographer and teacher.