"Sugar and spice?!"
Oh, God help us! *Is this what Dior has been reduced to? *Parfums Christian Dior has been releasing crap for years now, and that's just been the way things have been. *Fine, understandable. *LVMH owns them, and no one can screw up a fine fragrance house like LVMH. *But to actually have them tampering with the name of Miss Dior, that's sacrilege. *Why not dig up the man's corpse while they're at it and dress him in those awful anoxeric prissy boy Hedi Slimane outfits and drag him around to all the Saks Fifth Avenue outlets to promote what is almost destined to be another sugary sweet synthetic light floral in the same vein as Chris 1947 and Dior Me, Dior Me Not and every other crap airport floral they've been cranking out in the last half-dozen years. *While the original Miss Dior, Diorella, Dioressence, Diorissimo, Dolce Vita, and their true greats languish unpromoted, they keep cranking out the crap. *Now they have to sully the very name of one of their true masterpieces, just as they've besmirched the name of Poison with the horrendous Pure Poison this year. *Miss Dior is not sugar-and-spice! *It is nowhere near being sugar-and-spice! *Why on earth would anyone even think of labeling a sugar-and-spice scent as "Miss Dior"? *That's like labeling a manly chypre as Chanel No. 5! *(Who knows, with the way things are going these days...)
Can't someone rescue Parfums Christian Dior from LVMH? *(And Guerlain while you're at it?)