It was during Autumn/Winter Couture show of Christian Dior in 2012 that its recent creator director, Raf Simons, debuted even before even a model had made her walk along the runway. By ornamenting five ostentatious rooms within a Parisian manor with a million authentic flowers, he was exhibiting his way of bringing a fresh and modern-day approach to their French style house.
The rooms had covering from floor to their ceiling in solid embroidery of flowers, among which were white orchids, blue delphiniums, pink peonies along with an extensive choice of tinted roses. Mainly, just a single variety of flower one color had been used for every room. And the blooms had been put for paying respect to “Flower Woman” of Christian Dior. via [The House That Lars Built, NY Times] | via mymodernmet