Making florals in Spring truly groundbreaking, the Japanese florist joins forces with the French House for a reimagining of the iconic fragrances.

With Spring now in full bloom, many of us are looking towards our floral scents as we transition into a fresher, more sun-appropriate beauty routine. And of course, the only place to look when searching for the perfect botanical scent is Dior beauty‘s La Collection Privée fragrances.

Comprised of 8 delicate fragrances, including Sakura, Gris Dior, Lucky, La Colle Noire, Jasmin des Anges, Oud Ispahan, Oud Rosewood and Purple Oud, the line has situated itself as one synonymous with the true essence of florals. And now, looking to breathe life into their iconic smells, the French house has called upon renowned Japanese florist Azuma Makoto to physicalise their range. Debuting eight ornately crafted floral sculptures, Azuma has masterfully tapped into Dior’s deep-rooted and flower-centric ethos, as well as the bold notes of each fragrance, in order to unite both smell and sight, culminating in a true sensory delight.

When discussing the collection, Azuma explains, “La Collection Privée Christian Dior is a beautiful, lively and sophisticated universe of fragrances. The layers of beautiful scents enrich your mind. As for the flowers, their transformations keep captivating us at every moment, from the bud, via the blossom, to the full bloom. In this collaboration, I tried to visualise the ‘story’ of these exceptional Dior fragrances with fresh, beautiful flower sculptures.”

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