From his first creations, Christian Dior expresses his fascination for Brazil. Inspired by the vibrant colors and the joie de vivre of this tropical country, the designer-founder imagines several dresses that pay homage to him, like the haute couture models São Paulo, Brazil or Evening in Rio. An exotic journey that continues today with the Copacabana collection, designed by Cordelia de Castellane for Dior Maison. Light and colorful, seaweed adorns a series of plates and sculpt, with their floral beauty, place mats woven in raffia.
The vases, decorative bubbles and other glass cases are transformed into delicate aquariums where fish and refined corals sail. A luminous ode to the art of hospitality. Even in his earliest creations, Christian Dior showed a fascination with Brazil. Inspired by the vibrant colors and joie de vivre of this tropical country, the founding couturier designed several dresses that payed tribute to Brazil, including the haute couture models Sao Paulo, Brazil and Soirée à Rio.
This exotic voyage continues today with the Copacabana collection, designed by Cordelia de Castellane for Dior Maison. Lightweight and colorful marine algae adorn a series of plates and form woven raffia placemats with their floral beauty. Vases, decorative baubles and glass boxes are transformed into delicate aquariums in which fish and delicate coral float in a radiant tribute to the art of entertaining.