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In 1937, Wallis Simpson posed for Vogue in this Schiaparelli evening gown that had a lobster printed on its skirt. Salvador Dalí designed the print, which also featured sprigs of parsley. The Vogue spread was intended to introduce readers to Mrs. Simpson, who in July of that year would marry Edward VIII, Duke of Windsor and abdicated King of England.
World-renowned fashion photographer Patrick Demarchelier captures over 100 gowns coming from Dior Couture collections for soon to be released photo book, featured pieces go from dresses designed by Dior himself to the famed John Galliano days. Author of the book is Ingrid Sischy the former editor-in-chief of Interview magazine and the international editor for Vanity Fair’s European editions. Book is published as a hardcover by the celebrated Rizzoli.