Dior went into full court press in the first 48 hours of Paris Fashion Week – unveiling its new Cheval Blanc spa, feting its Dior Home and Kids creator Cordelia de Castellane, and unveiling a Miss Dior floral pop-up.
Finally after 16 years closed; municipal headaches; massive rebuilding and Covid delays, France’s most storied department store La Samaritaine revealed itself on Monday, after an estimated €750m investment by owner LVMH.
LVMH Group brand Dior has just opened a flagship store in the heart of Paris’ luxury shopping district, on the corner of the streets Saint-Honoré and Cambon. The boutique measures 900 square metres and has five levels.
La Samaritaine, the greatest construction project of the world’s largest luxury construction company – encompassing a chic department store, hotel, office space and even public housing – is finally, almost, ready.
Maria Grazia Chiuri never really takes a break. Two weeks after her African-inspired Christian Dior cruise show in Marrakech, Chiuri designed the costumes for a phantasmagorical performance at the Tiepolo Ball in Venice.
The Italian luxury men’s label has opened its newest flagship in New York on West 57th Street inside the historic Crown Building, as its Fifth Avenue store sets itself up to close by the end of this month.