Dior’s very first boutique on 30 Avenue Montaigne in Paris has finally reopened its doors to the public after undergoing two years of renovation.
The storied hotel particulier – first built in 1865 – has been the home of the Maison since it caught the attention of Christian Dior himself in 1946. It was then that he decided that no other building would house his ambitions as a designer and founded the company within its walls.
The 30 Montaigne venue has seen Dior’s collections come to life for seventy-five years since the time when Christian Monsieur moved into the space in 1946 to start his fashion company.
Since then, 30 Montaigne has seen 75 collections come to life, cementing its status as an icon of Parisian elegance and French haute couture. The two-year facelift was conceived by starchitect Peter Marino and includes an expansion of the store which now spans over 107,000 sq ft.
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