When beauty magazine Allure announced in August that it would cease using the term “anti-ageing,” citing the fact that “growing older is something that should be embraced and appreciated,” the idea was widely celebrated by many in the industry.
Except Dior, which must not have been listening that day.
The iconic brand tapped 25-year-old Cara Delevingne to be the (wrinkle-free) face of its Capture Youth line, which, according to its website, “corrects all visible signs of ageing to reveal a radiant youthful beauty.”
The brand announced the news via social media last week to mixed reviews, including an onslaught of confused comments and Twitter reactions.
“Nothing against Cara but really Dior, c’mon???” one commented wrote. “Don’t think I’ll be wasting ]]>💰