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J'adore x India Mahdavi J'adore eau de parfum infinissime - floral notes

Bottle 100 mL

Dior has invited India Mahdavi to reinvent one of the most emblematic bottles of the House of Dior, the iconic J'adore fragrance amphora. The renowned architect and designer has created an ultra-limited series of 1,000 pieces, each one unique and numbered. Both a technical feat and an object of desire, each piece is made in Venice by Salviati and its historic Murano master glassmakers.

"When you hear 'J’adore', you think of course of the eponymous fragrance. But let's not forget the first meaning: it's a cry from the heart – the cry of emotion, faced with something that appeals to all of our senses, that seduces us and transports us." India Mahdavi

Each piece is a marvel of savoir-faire and modernity that welcomes J'adore eau de parfum infinissime, the composition of François Demachy: an infinitely floral and voluptuous signature, a perfect echo of the infinitely sensual and modern creation of India Mahdavi.

J’ADORE x INDIA MAHDAVI

  • Dior has invited India Mahdavi to reinvent one of the most emblematic Dior bottles, the iconic J'adore fragrance amphora. The world-renowned architect and designer thus created a bottle that is irresistible to the touch, a work of brilliant craftsmanship celebrating infinity in an ultra-limited series of 1,000 unique and numbered pieces.

THE INSPIRATION

  • "When you hear 'J’adore', you naturally think of the fragrance. But let's not forget the original meaning: it's a cry from the heart – a cry of emotion, faced with something that draws on all of the senses, that wins us over and transports us.”

    India Mahdavi.

HANDS OF D(I)OR

India Mahdavi brings soft and round qualities together in an endless, hypnotic movement. Warm gold sensually coils around the curves of the J'adore neck, boldly embracing the iconic bottle and celebrating the endless possibilities of brilliant craftsmanship. Each piece is crafted in Venice by the House of Salviati, the historic master glassmaker of Murano, and houses François Demachy's composition: J'adore eau de parfum infinissime.