Discover Bois de Rose
The inspiration of nature
Throughout his life, Christian Dior retained the happy memory of long hours spent as a child in the rose garden of the family home in Granville. It was there that he developed his unconditional love of flowers that was to deeply mark all his creations. The 'Bois de Rose' collection is a romantic tribute to the couturier's favorite flower. Enhanced by Victoire de Castellane, the stem of the rose coils elegantly around the finger, creating a precious and refined ring.
The rose, the emblem of Christian Dior
The founding couturier's favorite flower, the rose has become a recurrent motif of Dior creations. From his debut in 1947, Christian Dior drew inspiration from the architecture and natural elegance of flowers to create his "New Look" as well as several haute couture collections. The theme of the rose therefore breathes life into sumptuous evening gowns. The most majestic of flowers appears in numerous creations by the couturier, becoming one of the emblems of Dior.