‘Japanese print-style murals extend from the stairs to the ceiling. These frescoes imitating Utamaro and Hokusai are my Sistine Cathedral,’ Christine In his memoir, Dior described in detail the first floor of the mansion in his home in Granville, Normandy. The love of Japanese style prompted the costume master to launch the Dior Spring / Summer 1953 Haute Couture Women’s Collection, including the famous ‘Japanese-style courtyard’ dress. Dior hopes to use the silky soft fabric to shape the beauty of the general structure of the building, as a metaphor for the fusion of Eastern and Western cultures. Since then, Dior has forged an inextricable bond with this eastern island nation.
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The Dior Grand Soir Origami watch pays tribute to the art of origami, and vividly interprets this exquisite technique originating from the country of the rising sun. Dior Design Studio takes inspiration from the traditional origami process, and pushes the brand’s watchmaking process to a wider field.
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The mother-of-pearl dial of the Dior Grand Soir Origami watch is embellished with diamonds, pink and yellow sapphires, spinels and beautifully carved aquamarine, reflecting a vivid miniature picture. The bezel is set with sapphire, mayenite, manganese and triangular or baguette-cut diamonds. The watch is equipped with a Zenith ‘Elite 681’ self-winding movement, the bottom cover is covered with transparent sapphire crystal, and the mother-of-pearl material outlines the delicate lace embellishment. Show it.
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The strap is stitched with patent leather and satin materials to pay tribute to the exquisite craftsmanship of Dior Studio and the extraordinary design talents of fashion designers-it is they who give the fabric a rich connotation, a dynamic texture and a sophisticated silhouette shape. Every Dior Grand Soir Origami watch is a unique treasure.