GPHG 2023 Nominee - Ladies' Complication - Dior Grand Soir | SENATUS



GPHG 2023 Nominee - Ladies' Complication - Dior Grand Soir
By SENATUS Magazine | 17 October 2023

For the first time Dior Grand Soir enters the world of creative complication with a mechanical automaton, pursuing the creative success of the collection.

This fabulous timepiece tells the story of the birth of the House of Dior. On 18 April 1946, Christian Dior wanted to believe in his fabulous destiny. Walking through the streets of Paris, he found a star on the ground, a providential star, an iconic lucky charm that would show him the path to follow: create his Couture House in the emblematic 30 Montaigne in Paris.

The Grand Soir Etoile de Monsieur Dior transcribes, with its animations, this magical destiny. This dial, imagined as a dreamlike scene, unfolds like a small theater: the different layers create depth and magic, and immerse us in a precious night stroll.By activating the automaton with the push button, the sky of this Diorama becomes the theater of a true enchantment.

An invitation to dream and enter the fantastic and creative world of Monsieur Dior.

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