The Christian Dior Museum, formerly childhood home of the famous fashion designer, is a memorial dedicated to the influence of the life and work of Christian Dior, from his childhood in Granville to the worldwide success of his fashion house. The villa "Les Rhumbs" is located in a remarkable garden overlooking the sea cliffs, facing the Channel Islands. Created between 1906 and 1930 by Madeleine and her son Christian Dior, it was a major source of inspiration for the designer.
Since 1997, every summer, held a special exhibition whose theme is related to fashion and created by Christian Dior fashion house that bears his name.
Dior et Granville, aux Sources de la Légende
08/04/17 - 24/09/17