Cover The suite was deliberately designed like a typical Parisian pied a terre

La Suite Dior at 30 Montaigne is the storied fashion house’s first foray into hospitality

As fashion headquarters go, Christian Dior’s 30 Montaigne address is iconic. This was, after all, where the legendary fashion house debuted its New Look and where collections have been created and presented for 75 years. 

After two years of renovation, the hôtel particulier, which means "mansion" in French, has been transformed into a microcosm of the Dior universe encompassing the savoir-faire of haute couture and fine jewellery, the art of living, gastronomy, beauty and culture.

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Designed by Peter Marino, one of the world's most sought-after architects of luxury fashion stores and frequent collaborator, 30 Montaigne also marks Dior’s first foray into hospitality. 

 

Sleek and chic, La Suite Dior is a private apartment currently only offered to Dior’s top clients. Marino deliberately favoured eclectic, idiosyncratic touches over discernible Dior codes to convey the feel of a private Parisian abode.

The luxurious ambience of the suite is undeniable, from the exquisitely curated art and modern design classics to the bathroom fitted entirely in onyx.

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Staying in the suite brings with it exclusive perks, including round-the-clock access to the store, personal shoppers, and chefs.

All ensuring that a night or several at this extraordinary place is, in the words of Monsieur Dior, "a refuge of the marvellous.”

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