Christian Dior was one of the most important couturiers of the twentieth century. He is said to always have been attracted to the challenge of designing baby and childrenâ€™s fashion. However, the formal birth of the Baby Dior luxury designer line and boutiques, in 1967, was initiated under the direction of another very important House of Dior creative designer, Marc Bohan. Under her patronage, style icon Princess Grace of Monaco cut the white ribbon to open the boutique at 28, avenue Montaigne, Paris, offering for the first time superb Dior design especially for children. One of the first customers was Elizabeth Taylor, who brought a tiny overcoat for her daughter. During the period of post WII Europe, Christian Diorâ€™s designs helped re-establish Paris as the joyful fashion capital it had once been. In 1947, the House of Christian Dior became famed for inventing the New Look with cinched in waists and full flowing skirts. These same flowing skirts can be seen today in the girlâ€™s fashion of Dior Kids. Baby Dior boutiques, owned and planned by the House of Dior, are featured in nearly every leading destination location. Items of the collections are sold in almost high-end department store and privately owned boutiques. Baby Dior has its own online store and is sold from many other online sites. From Christian Dior to Marc Bohan to Raf Simons, Baby Dior and Dior Kids create fashion for you to hand from generation to generation of your own children.