The latest floral eau de parfum, Miss Dior, is sublime for the senses.
Guests were transported to the south of France, immersed in fine fragrance and delicate beauty at the Miss Dior eau de parfum Millefiori Garden pop-up on Sydney's scenic Bennelong Lawn, the latest exciting addition to Dior Fragrances. From the scent of Dior's latest floral eau de parfum - an amber floral bouquet with notes of Lily of the Valley, lush peony and powdery iris - to the elegant flower arrangements set throughout the lawns, the Miss Dior soirée was sublime for the senses.
An amber floral bouquet with notes of Lily of the Valley, lush peony and more (photo ©diorbeauty)
Once inside the bright white space, guests snapped mirrored selfies within the immersive floral infinity room and sipped Parisian-café style drinks, perfecting their makeup at Dior beauty hubs stationed throughout the event. A larger than life-sized couture-bow-tied Miss Dior bottle replica served as the ideal backdrop for guests selfies.
Villa les Rumbs in Granville, Normandy (photo ©diorbeauty)
Elegant sophistication in miss Dior, reimagined
The new Miss Dior is a 'reimagined' iteration of a scent exploring the realms of feminism and optimism. Featuring honey peppery top notes and floral undertones, the latest perfume from Dior is a reminder of the details important to the Dior namesake of elegant sophistication.
Beautiful in my eyes: inside the immersive Miss Dior pop up (photo ©diorbeauty)
INSPIRING MUSEE CHRISTIAN DIOR
Travellers with a passion for all things Christian Dior can visit the source of Christian Dior's inspiration at Villa Les Rhumbs in Granville, in Normandy.
Villa Les Rhumbs is a fascinating museum honouring Christian Dior's exceptional life. Its name stems from the marine term 'Thumb and the 32 points of a compass rose.
Sitting within a hectare of peaceful clifftop gardens, Villa Les Rhumbs in Granville, at 30 Avenue Montaigne was Christian Dior's childhood home. Facing the Channel Islands, on a clear day, museum visitors may even spot the distant islands of Chausey and Jersey.
It's easy to understand how Villa Les Rhumbs' vegetation - of hawthorns, heliotropes, wisterias, resedas and roses - were a powerful source of inspiration to Christian Dior. There's no doubt that the perfumes, the pigments, the delicate and precise layout of petals and the wind in the pines sharpened Dior's senses. Here, Christian Dior gathered aesthetic and olfactory notes that would go on to form part of his creations and make up the melody of his spirit.
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