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When Odile Kern stepped into a Parisian lift sometime in 1953, she found herself standing next to luxury couturier Christian Dior.Now 88, Kern was already on the fashion designer's payroll in the building on Avenue Montaigne.Kern had made her mark in the House of Dior.Speaking at a new London exhibition dedicated to House of Dior, Kern recalled how private clients visited the Paris atelier to view and order bespoke creations.A picture of Lloyd modeling a gray Dior dress in 1958 features in the exhibition, "Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams," which runs at the Victoria & Albert Museum until July.
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