|According to the , the government stopped clothes rationing in March 1949||For the 60th anniversary of the New Look in 2007, John Galliano revisited it for his Spring-Summer collection for Dior|
|Retrieved 8 January 2019||Bohan would go on to serve Dior until 1989, far longer than the founder|
The Dior flagship boutique in the upscale shopping district of Tokyo.
|The 34-year-old Arnault divested the textile group's industrial operations, focusing on its Bon Marché department store and Christian Dior|
|However, none came as close to the profound effect of the New Look||However, the current Dior corporation celebrates "1947" as the opening year|
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|Though the new house of fashion became part of a vertically integrated textile business, it was initially a vanity property for Boussac, comparable to his world renowned stable of racehorses||By the time the house celebrated its tenth anniversary in 1957, it had sold 100,000 garments|
|In the same year, Dior's long watch partner Benedom joined the group||Christian Dior Models Limited was created in London in 1952|
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