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After World War II, Christian Dior created Miss Dior, a fragrance to capture the essence of love. After more than 20 versions over 70 years, the latest – the fifth EDP in the collection – is a scent for everyday happiness.
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The first Miss Dior isn’t a 21st-century creation. It was introduced in 1947 by Christian Dior, who wanted a fragrance that smelt like love. The EDT was a powdery floral-chypre scent of bergamot, galbanum, rose, oakmoss, jasmine and sandalwood.
Some 70 years and more than 20 editions (reinterpreted either in-house or by other renowned noses) later, Miss Dior’s mission continues. The latest iteration, updated by the French brand’s perfumer-creator Francois Demachy, is a more exuberant version with a subtle hint of effervescence: a citrusy prelude of blood orange, mandarin and Calabrian bergamot, then a floral heart of Grasse and Turkish Damascus roses tempered with pink peppercorn and Guyanese rosewood.
The 2013 Miss Dior EDT comes in two sizes, and costs $134$194. Launched in 2014, Miss Dior Blooming Bouquet remains the best-selling Miss Dior here. In three sizes, $92-$194. The 2016 Miss Dior Absolutely Blooming comes in three sizes, $115-$240. The 2017 Miss Dior EDP is in three sizes, $115-$240.