Are you more yellow gold or white? A long necklace or a simple pendant, imposing cuff or fine bracelet? Precious and timeless, the My Dior  jewelry collection revisits the house's iconic cannage.

A signifier standing out from a thousand others, the signature of a house with a unique identity: since 1947, the cannage motif has been an emblematic symbol of Dior. When it came time to think about the decoration of his new boutique at 30 Avenue Montaigne, it was only natural that Christian Dior should turn to one of the opulent eras of France's history for inspiration. It was decided that, when attending the fashion shows arranged to take place in the imposing mansion's salons, the guests would sit on chairs of the Napoleon III style. Inexpressibly elegant with their gilded wood, they were also light and easy to move thanks to their woven cane seat. This understated and geometric woven cane motif perfectly complemented the mansion's refined decor. Elegant and timeless, it has been endlessly revisited since, in the process becoming an emblem of the house, and a veritable signature.    

Today, this iconic motif has been revisited in a jewelry collection designed by Victoire de Castellane, and becomes the precious signature of women for whom elegance is a motto. Produced using the ancient lost wax technique, the jewels from the My Dior  collection are finely crafted in the best Parisian workshops. Available in yellow, rose and white gold, as bracelets, cuffs, rings, hoop earrings and necklaces, pared-down graphic or set with diamonds, they adapt to all styles, catering to all desires and personalities. And for those chic women with a taste for the exceptional, a My Dior  cuff in diamond-set white gold exists in limited edition in the Dior jewelry boutique that reopened only ten days ago in Harrods. With its delicately intertwined gold threads,My Dior  is a precious link, the symbol of a unique relationship, a genuine personal message.