Dior’s perfume line started in the 1980s with a focus on fragrances.
In 2009, the brand began selling Chanel fragrands in its stores, and now it has launched a collection of replica versions of the perfume brands, a move that many consider a return to fashion’s roots.
In this photo taken June 10, 2015, Chanel CEO Pierre Gourdel poses in front of the company’s brand new flagship store in Paris, France.
The brand’s newest offerings are called Dior Macys, which is a replica of the Chanel Chanel Macys fragrance line.
Dior’s line is the latest in a long line of collaborations between the company and Chanel.
The company has previously collaborated with brands including Guerlain, L’Oréal and LVMH.
In 2015, Dior partnered with LVMHM on an exclusive limited edition fragrance called the Dior Classic.
In 2017, the company partnered with Dior on a fragrance called Chanel Noir, which was created specifically for Dior in honor of Chanel’s 90th birthday.
The line has also sold to other fashion houses, including Gucci and Louis Vuitton.
In January, Dori launched its own line of women’s fragrains in partnership with L’Oreal.
In the fall of 2017, Dormante joined forces with Dori, which launched its fragrance collection in November.
The collaboration is currently available at Dormantemedia, which sells the fragrants online.