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You can now shop at Dior online

High-end fashion houses are often been slow on the uptake of digital opportunities; online shopping simply doesn't seem to fit with the expected opulence of the luxury shopping experience. But even the most stalwart non-believers are starting to come around and Dior is trialling online shopping.

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