Miss Dior Blooming Bouquet is an instant pleasure, a declaration of love for life that draws you in.
Bursting forth in 1947, Miss Dior is Christian Dior's dream come true of an antidote to dreariness. Since then, it has remained untouched, essential to his aim of beauty and happiness.
Miss Dior Blooming Bouquet Eau de Toilette has been composed like a floral embrace, both lively and tender. It is a faceted and spontaneous bouquet of newly blossomed flowers. Its contrasting trail opens with the intensity of the feeling of love at sight, conveyed in the lively notes of sweet pea and bergamot.
A duo of Damascus rose and peony notes then unfurls with nobleness, like a passionate and radiant emotion. A soft, light accord of white musks rounds off the bouquet of this fragrance that tells the story of love.
The Miss Dior Blooming Bouquet fragrance is housed in a bottle with an elevated identity: the Miss Dior bow, woven with multicolored Lurex threads for a "Millefiori" effect, gives the fragrance an added couture detail. This ingenious jacquard bow, inspired by a bouquet of a thousand colored flowers, was crafted in the guarded workshops of one of the most renowned French ribbon-makers: Maison Faure, founded in 1864.
This tender, fresh eau de toilette also exists in a roller-pearl format for elegant fragrance application on the go.
Harvested in southern Italy, bergamot essence is obtained by cold expression of fruit peels. It brings a soft, pronounced freshness to the fragrance, and adds a citrus note with special radiance.
Damascus rose essence and peony note
Damascus rose exudes a subtly spicy floral note.
White musks procure a slightly powdery, cottony effect that gives the fragrance the impression of enveloping softness.
1. Cleanse your skin with the airy texture of Miss Dior Foaming Shower Gel. 2. Then invigorate the skin with the light and fresh formula of Miss Dior Silky Body Mist. 3. Perfume with Miss Dior Blooming Bouquet, then refresh your hair with Miss Dior Hair Mist.
A few centimetres of absolute luxury are tied to the collar of Miss Dior Blooming Bouquet, inspired by the profusion of flowers in its wake. A pointillist marvel created in the workshop of one of the greatest French ribbon makers: the Faure company, established in 1864.