Christian Dior is returning to Dallas’ Highland Park Village with the official opening of a full-line women’s boutique Thursday.
The 3,742-square-foot store features four salons devoted to a category of product each, i.e. Raf Simons’ ready-to-wear, handbags, shoes and fine jewelry and watches. Its interior, created by Dior’s architecture team, has a mix of 18th century and modern details, and was inspired by the Avenue Montaigne flagship (architect Peter Marino was not involved in this specific unit).
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