The launch of Dior Grand Soir timepieces
Full of colour and drawing inspiration from various aspects of art and design, the Dior Grand Soir was first created in 2010. Each one-of-a-kind timepiece is designed and crafted with precision and care by Dior's master craftsmen. From Origami to the creations by the House of Dior, the pieces were inspired by various aspects that represent the design house and it's rich heritage. Through a mother-of-pearl embellished dial and the option of straps in Satin, patent leather, as well as alligator leather, fans of Dior Horlogerie will find a balance of femininity and flair in this latest collection. Split into three distinct categories, the Dior Grand Soir collection certainly caters to the refined taste of a Dior woman.
The Dior Grand Soir Romantique features two pieces that have an array of colours, details and patterns set with hand-engraved mother-of-pearl marquetry dials. Choose between purple sapphires with diamonds and white gold, or aquamarines, sapphires and diamonds with white gold. Whichever you choose, each piece is created to reflect the refined quality that the House of Dior is known for.
Paying tribute to the ancient Japanese art from, the Dior Grand Soir Origami features five pieces with graphic bezels. Using geometric stones from Garnets, aquamarines and sapphires of various colours against white, yellow and pink gold, Dior captures the intricate nature of the ancient art and the beauty of each fold.
Capping off the elegant collection are five watches dubbed the Dior Grand Soir Frou Frou, an ode to Dior's Haute Couture creations. The Frou-Frou collection plays with a mix of white, pink and yellow gold along with diamonds to recreate the fluid movements of fabrics, ribbons and ruffles of Dior's famous dresses.
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