The word “dior” conjures up a whole lot of images of jewelry, but not all of them are good.
Dior, or the Dior name, is a name associated with the Italian designer Dolce & Lavini and is used to describe the type of jewelry made from gold and silver, but also includes more esoteric pieces, like the diamonds and rubies.
Dolce &s; Lavigne and Dolce are the two most famous names associated with jewelry.
The first dior was a jewelry label that ran from the mid-19th century to the early 20th.
Its namesake was a famous dior designer named Dolce and the Lavigne sisters, who were dior designers in the first place.
This label was very successful, but the brand fell into decline during the Depression, when dior started to suffer from a decline in sales.
By the time the label’s demise was announced in 1933, Dolce had been killed by a car accident.
But in the years after Dolce’s death, his son, Louis, began to re-release dior’s designs, and it became a global brand with brands like Chanel, Rolex, and Bulgari.
Since the late 1950s, the dior brand has been reborn by the French luxury designer Pierre-Auguste Zimmern, whose work has been described as a “monoculture” of jewelry.