Dior women’s has opened a new boutique at the Artz Pedregal in San Ángel, south of Mexico City. The newly built store stands out for its cultural value that combines with the environment and linking gardens with a spirit of architectural modernism.
The store emotes Cannage, an emblematic code of the house, evoking the cane chairs of Napoleon III style in which Christian Dior liked to sit the guests in his shows. The styling stands out on the facade, an innovative design conceived by the architecture team of the brand that shows the motive in two layers, allowing natural light to create shadows that add constant movement to the store.
The interior of the boutique is inspired by Parisian apartments but maintains a subtle contemporary air. The front area of the boutique is dedicated to the bags in the house, such as Lady Dior and 30 Montaigne, with a special area for high-end models. A VIP dressing room comes with a dedicated closet for hanging and allowing a comfortable and luxurious shopping experience.
Exclusive furniture enhances the project, such as the concrete console and mirror created by the workshop from The French Vikings. The bag area features a round Dimore glass table and the ready-to-wear lounge presents a marble coffee table signed by Agape.
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