The house of Dior has unveiled a revamped new 30 Avenue Montaigne in the heart of Paris.

By exuding the house’s codes, this 10,000 square metre haven spans across eight floors and is all set to welcome visitors again.

Designed by the notable architect Peter Marino, this luxurious boutique carries Maison’s 75-year history through every corner. From two world-class restaurants helmed by French chef Jean Imbert to a one-of-a-kind shopping experience, there’s enough to keep you coming back for more.

By celebrating the true essence of Parisian elegance, this address has become an imperative aspect of the couturier, since its birth in 1946.

Dior interiors

Christian Dior said, “It had to be 30 Avenue Montaigne. I am determined to set myself up here and nowhere else!”

After being home to some of the most noteworthy fashion-focused exhibitions in the country, this quintessential flagship is home to an array of services including an haute couture salon, haute couture atelier, high jewellery atelier and a gallery celebrating the man himself.

Dior house

Photography by Adrien Dirand

As a tribute to Monsieur Dior’s love for fauna, this stunning property encompasses three gardens to connect with nature at any given point. As a keen and passionate lover of all things nature, the surroundings and green sanctuaries will undoubtedly pay homage to him.

For an exclusive experience, guests can check into La Suit Dior, which includes private apartments, unlimited boutique access and a chance to try food made by personal chefs.

Dior atelier


With a promise for more timeless experiences, this haute couture dream will surely be a memorable experience for all those who enter.

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