Known, among other things, for its jaw-dropping and awe-inspiring exhibits, the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is one of Toronto's most notable places. From its architecture to its hundreds of artifacts from natural and human history, the ROM is one of the city's best places for beauty and wonder.
And today, the ROM is unveiling its newest exhibit which encompasses beauty, wonder and history all in one amazing display.
Presented by the Canadian luxury department store Holt Renfrew, the ROM will be opening it's glam and original Christian Dior exhibit!
According to the ROM's website, the exhibit will "explore the brilliance behind Christian Dior’s dramatic creations that revived the Paris haute couture industry after the devastation of the Second World War."
Curated with the ROM's extensive collection from the first ten years of Christian Dior's haute couture designs (1947 to 1957), the exhibit will include some of his greatest pieces from that period, including dresses, perfumes and jewelry.
The exhibit is also a celebration of the House of Christian Dior's 70th anniversary and features pieces from his daytime and evening wear, along with installations displaying his iconic use of textiles, embroidery and technology.
Free for ROM members, the Christian Dior exhibit can be visited by non-ROM members for a fee. Tickets are available for purchase here.