Looking to buy a gift for the girl who has everything? Dior has the answer. The luxury French label has launched Dior Home, a unique collection of décor accessories exclusive to the new London flagship store, Vogue reports.
The debut in-house label includes statement items such as a handblown Murano glass carafe set and floral-inspired ceramic flatware. Our pick? A gorgeous wicker picnic basket complete with a cashmere blanket and Limoges plates. To create the range, Dior tapped 11 talented designers, including Lucie de la Falaise and Peter Marino. Here’s a preview of some of the hero items from Dior's first-ever home décor collection.
The traditional wicker picnic basket comes with Limoges plates and bowls, crystals engraved with lily of the valley (one of Mr. Dior's favorite flowers), and olive wood cutlery, among other accessories.
These pastel scalloped plates were inspired by Dior's Spring 2016 runway collection.
Designer Giberto Arrivabene created this pastel pink paperweight, styled in Dior's London store with coffee table books, candles, and a fresh bouquet.
The intricate print on this flatware set is inspired by the lily of the valley designs featured in Dior's 1954 collection.
A deck of playing cards incorporate Monsieur Dior’s personal lucky charm, the four-leaf clover.
Designer Giberto Arrivabene created this gray-and-fuschia hand-blown Murano glass carafe and cup set.
Can’t make it to London to peruse the Dior Home collection? Grab a copy of Dior Couture by Ingrid Sischy and Patrick Demarchelier ($92) to give your coffee table a touch of luxe.