Dior delivers what could be one of its most ambitious retail stores to date, and you need to know about it. Blending traditional Portuguese architecture with the refined elegance of the Maison, Dior unveils its first-ever boutique in Lisbon, a breathtaking space nestled in the heart of the city’s fashion and luxury epicentre, Avenida da Liberdade.
Stepping into a Dior retail store is more than just a shopping experience; it’s an immersion into the world of haute couture, where luxury, elegance, and timeless style reign supreme. Upon entering this haven, visitors are immediately drawn to the understated elegance of the décor, which seamlessly highlights Dior’s signature design elements. The Versailles parquet flooring and intricate cannage motif provide a harmonious backdrop for the most recent collections on display.
The first and second floors of the new Lisbon boutique are dedicated to the Dior Cruise 2024 collection by Maria Grazia Chiuri, a vibrant tribute to the spirit of freedom and independence embodied by Frida Kahlo, as well as the Dior Men Spring 2024 line thought up by Kim Jones. Furthermore, it hosts a selection of pieces suffused with a dose of London cool, echoing Ray Petri’s Buffalo movement. The collection’s looks and accessories are adorned with captivating motifs, including the season’s signature Butterfly Around the World print. Delicate butterflies flutter across a range of creations, from flowing skirts to wrap-around knits, silk twill shirts, and the Lady D-Lite and Panier Chapeau handbags.
Reverencing Monsieur Dior’s enduring legacy, the boutique’s luminous ambiance echoes the refined elegance of the iconic 30 Montaigne address in Paris. Bathed in a symphony of soft hues, the space exudes a timeless sophistication, accented by furnishings in shades of pristine white, ivory, and serene blue.
Dive into the rich and diverse artistic heritage, spanning centuries of cultural evolution and showcasing the country’s unique blend of influences. From the sculpture by renowned artist Joana Vasconcelos that cascades down the boutique’s twenty-meter staircase to the mesmerising works by other Portuguese artists including Valéria Nascimento, Bruno Ollé, and Pedro Calapez, the passionate dialogue between Maria Grazia Chiuri and the Portuguese artist that began during the Dior ready-to-wear Fall/Winter 2023 show continues. As they say in Portuguese, bem-vindos a Lisboa!
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