The renovated Dior flagship boutique in Stoleshnikov lane has reopened its doors. The facade is still decorated with historic arched windows that reflect Moscow architecture, but inside, guests are greeted by an interior in the spirit of the brand.
The project, which combines modern aesthetics and architectural elements of the XVII century, was implemented under the direction of Moscow management company Denzo.
The mood of the Royal Palace is brought by the oak floor and refined decorative wall finishes, including fabric panels with classic Dior ornaments. The boutique is filled with famous symbols of the fashion house which reveals its heritage, sophistication and philosophy.
Your eye will naturally be drawn to the modern art objects that adorn the space. You will also find large-scale wooden panel abstractions, by the modern French artist Etienne Moya.
In the VIP salon, you will find a sofa and pouffe by Christophe Delcourt, marble coffee tables Nazka by Bruno Moinard (famous for his collaboration with Cartier) and tables from Paris gallery Negropontes.
The prêt-à-porter room is decorated with a table made of bronze by Thierry Lemaire, a similar table was chosen by the French President’s wife for the interiors of the Elysee Palace.
The boutique also features upholstered furniture in the jewellery room made by Pierre Gonalons and houses reflecting mirrors by modern Belgian artist Anton Hendrik. Coffee tables are located in various locations, from designers Osanna Visconti, Fernando Mastrangelo, Reda Amalou and Angelo Mangiarotti.
The boutique is equipped with a state-of-the-art climate and lighting control system that allows you to fine-tune the desired parameters using a clear and concise control interface on a tablet.