Glass presents Dior’s exclusive dance lessons

ALONGSIDE their weekly podcasts to keep us entertained during self-isolation, Dior are celebrating the art of dancing. The French fashion house has acquired some of their favourite dancers to give choreographed online lessons and workshops to us to help us keep our bodies moving.

Monsieur Dior was captivated by dancing and even became the costume designer for the Roland Petit’s ballet Treize Danses – so this is the perfect link between the founder and some much needed escapism during this time.

Dior Opera de Roma by Julien-Benhamou
Dior Opera de Roma by Julien-Benhamou

The three installations are conducted by Germain Louvet, the lead dancer of the Paris Opera Ballet, Sébastien Bertaud, a choreographer of the Paris Opera Ballet, Friedemann Vogel, the principal dancer of the Stuttgart Ballet and Eleonora Abbagnato, one of the lead dancers of the Paris Opera Ballet and the director of Teatro dell’Opera di Roma Ballet Company.

Through these sessions, you can discover the beauty of dancing admired by the Creative Director Maria Grazia Chiuri. It’s time to take advantage of Dior’s dance offering to us!

by Imogen Clark

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