Comics get fashionable with biography of Christian Dior

Christian Dior is best known in modern times as a fashion brand, but before that it was a man -- and one of France's foremost cartoonists tells his life story in the graphic novel Girl in Dior. The latest work of Annie Goetzinger, and the first to be published in English, it's set for release in February by NBM Publishing.

First published last year in France by by Dargaud, Girl in Dior looks at the fashion couturier through the eyes of a young woman named Clara. Beginning with Dior's first show in 1947 and continuing through his life's work, the graphic novel mixes straightforward biographical storytelling with an intensive look at the fashion world and the fashions of Dior himself.

NBM showed previews of Girl in Dior in late May at Book Expo America. Here's a sneak peek at what you can expect; note, the interior pages are scans of Dargaud's French edition:

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