Miss Dior, the classic scent created by Dior in 1947, is proud to announce that it now has a little sister: Miss Dior Cherie. Riley Keough, Elvis Presley's granddaughter, is the face of this new perfume. John Galliano reveals this new icon, an angelically beautiful rock 'n roll Lolita, a charming blend of mischief and innocence. While the bottle's inspiration comes directly form the original, the fragrance has been reinvented with panache, keeping the chypré theme, but bringing a new fruity freshness punctuated with very appealing mouthwatering notes.
John Galliano collaborated with perfume designer Christine Nagel. Together they came up with a new essence punctuated with classicism, sweetness and a touch of flippancy. Strawberry leaves wedded to patchouli and crystalline musk, brightened with wild strawberry sherbet and caramel popcorn. Surprising.
Eau de Parfum, 1.7 and 3.4 fl. oz.
The bottle reinterprets Miss Dior's, drawing on the codes of the House of Dior. You'll find the famous little bow, and the bottom of the bottle has a très couture hound's-tooth check
Green Tangerine, Strawberry Leaves, Violet
Pink Jasmine, Wild Strawberry, Pop Corn
Patchouli, Crystalline Musk