Dior | J’adore Exhibition

Dior welcomes friends for an evening of art and celebration of new exhibition that commemorates the fragrance

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Mecca Woodson

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Opening September 26th, a special, limited-time exhibition at Les Beaux-Arts de Paris will be held in homage to the story of Dior’s J’adore, showing a visual tale that explores the Eau de parfum’s origins, spanning from Christian Dior’s first love for flowers and arriving at the conception of Dior’s latest scent L’or de J’adore, created by the house's perfumer Francis Kurkdjian. A commemoration of flowers, the Eau de parfum capsulizes the aroma of a bouqet with notes of jasmine sambac and damascena rose. The perfume lives inside a special-edition bottle designed by contemporary artist Jean-Michel Othoniel, accompanied by a digital vision by media artist Refik Anadol.

The exhibit’s inauguration held on opening day welcomed notable figures such as entertainer and J'adore's embodiment Charlize Theron, actors Robert Pattinson, Anya-Taylor Joy, and Joseph Quinn to plunge into a sensory experience enhanced by golden visuals and carefully displayed pieces. A memorable occasion, the space embodied the essence of J’adore.

In tandem with the artistic celebrations of J'Adore is an x-ray of the perfume interpreted by artist Katerina Jebb, photography from Yuriko Takagi, and gold-thread expreesions from Fred Eerdekens.

Open to the public, the limited-edition exhibition will last through October 8th.

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