The Cannes boutique, located at 7, boulevard de la Croisette, which already offers the collections of leather goods, watchmaking, jewelery, ready-to-wear and
Shoes, for both women and men, now hosts a selection of Dior MAISON pieces, a line dedicated to the art of living and interior decoration.
The House celebrates its love of noble materials and unique know-how by drawing on renowned designers and craftsmen, inspired by the heritage of Dior. Among them, India Mahdavi has produced a collection of six crystal cups engraved and painted with floral cane motifs. The shop also hosts contemporary glass creations, including the Filigree Line vases, hand-blown and without mold by Jérémy Maxwell Wintrebert, and the collections of Murano glass designed by Giberto Arrivaben
Perpetuating the taste for the art of receiving expensive couturier, Dior MAISON also presents the tea service in porcelain Petit Trianon created by the collective Arita in the respect of the Japanese tradition, to accompany one of the teas inspired by the inheritance Of the House, such as Colle Noire tea, vanilla and mallow, in reference to the Provençal castle acquired in 1951 by the creator and restored by the Dior house according to his wishes. Véronique Taittinger, for her part, created tea and coffee services in the favorite colors of the couturier: gray, white and powdered pink. Among the selection of the Cannes boutique, there are also linen collections, such as the Mitzah line, whose embroideries are made in Madagascar, traditional cradle of this refined know-how.