Take a Look Inside Dior's Newly Renovated Flagship in Paris
Featuring a gallery space, two restaurants, three gardens and more.
“I am extremely pleased and proud to see this extraordinary dream, this outstanding project — which my team and I have carried with all our passion — finally come true,” said Pietro Beccari, chairman and CEO of Christian Dior Couture, in a statement. “More than a reopening, 30 Montaigne is a total reinvention and a living symbol of our DNA: the birth of a realm like no other in the world, where dreams are given free reign and a new, unprecedented page in the history of Dior, fashion — and Paris — can be written.”
The address has been has been home to 30 Montaigne since 1946. Reimagined by architect Peter Marino, the 10,000 square-metre space features an array of new experiences. A gallery is present in the vicinity, which is dedicated to to Christian Dior’s first vocation as a gallery owner. Elsewhere, two restaurants are housed in the store such as Le Restaurant Monsieur Dior and La Pâtisserie Dior — both led by French chef Jean Imbert.
Additionally, three gardens — conceputalized by landscape designer Peter Wirtz and architect Peter Marino — can be found throughout the premises. One other standout experience is La Suite Dior, a special perk for guests to access the boutique throughout the night.
Take a closer look at the interior of the store above.
Dior Paris 30 Montaigne
30 Av. Montaigne
75008 Paris, France