08 Oct 2007 - 12:31 pm

For their 60th anniversary, Dior give a lifting to their famous boutique Avenue Montaigne in Paris. The 13,000sq ft boutique has been designed by American architect Peter Marino

Faithful to the original wish of its creator the shop remains equipped with gray, which is declined in six different nuances for this new concept.
The boutique accommodate the visitors by projections of videos revealing the gardens of Christian Dior.

Private Salon with chimney out of white marble and portrait of the Master for the evening dresses, small living room with the walls coals and mirror sun for the cocktail dresses and silver gray boudoir for the watches or living room color cloud for the fittings.
If you are going to Paris you definitely have to go check it.

Photography by Jimmy Cohrssen

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