Dior reopened their Beverly Hills U.S. flagship boutique in Los Angeles. The 5,000 sq/ft space, originally opened in 1990, features a new interior by Peter Marino and keeps with the “with the design concept featured in
Dior’s worldwide flagship in Paris on Avenue Montaigne.”
Dior commissioned several contemporary artists to design works of art for the boutique that reflect the codes of the house. These pieces include a circular Claude Lalanne ginkgo bench in the entrance room, featuring cascading flowers, a Rob Wynne mirror glass installation on the ceiling of the handbag area, a Johnny Swing couch made of welded half dollars and stainless steel in the ready-to-wear room and two sculptures by glass artist Jeff Zimmerman alongside a Pae White custom tapestry in the shoe salon.