Luxury French fashion house Dior celebrates flowers with new pieces as part of its Granville collection for Dior Maison.
The new line is inspired by Christian Dior’s love for the family garden in Normandy and pays homage to the landscape that surrounds Les Rhumbs, the couturier’s childhood home. Overlooking the sea, the villa is now a museum dedicated to Dior’s achievements throughout the years.
The collection features a series of plates, mugs and matching trinket trays, created by Cordelia de Castellane, the artistic director for Baby Dior and Dior Maison.
As mentioned on the brand’s official website, the floral pattern is Dior’s signature style and the new line pays “a loving tribute to [Christian Dior’s] fascination for nature and botany, hydrangeas and wisteria branches, in shades of amethyst, emerald or [grey blue], beautify a series of earthenware plates.”
Images via Dior website.