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Principal at ARM Architecture Andrea Wilson explains: “ege carpets extended our possibilities beyond typical standard requirements for acoustic control, durability and ongoing supply and maintenance. Their huge selection of standard patterns coupled with custom pattern options enabled us to pursue concepts well beyond standard palettes.”

Wilson elaborates: “With the Terra standard collection ege carpets maximized our ability to select from themes offsetting The Warehouse theme and the Highline 910 custom print and Epoca Knit collection truly express The Salon theme. These are matched with an array of wallpapers, ranging from those of the 18th century through to the contemporary interpretive. We showcase such diverse fashion drivers as Vivienne Westwood, Tricia Guild and Ellie Cashman along with works from Job Studio, Wall & Deco, Flavor Paper and Cole & Sons.”

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It is no secret that Paris has been the capital of fashion since the seventeenth century. The city has been the playground for prestigious designers and couture brands like Chanel, Dior, and Saint Laurent. Today the Parisian style is not only an aesthetic choice but a philosophy. It embraces elegance, timelessness, and slow responsible fashion. The focus is on the cut and the quality of the materials. No fluff or excessiveness with a less is more approach. And what better way to understand Parisian fashion than to visit a museum dedicated to it.

For more than 70 years, the house has been crafting magical couture pieces in their atelier at 30 Avenue Montaigne in Paris. Christian Dior has made this location a legendary address since the first collection in 1947. Behind its new flagship, the House of Dior inaugurates a permanent exhibition in an extraordinary gallery, independently of its boutique. Mr. Dior wanted to be an architect; the building and the museum pay him a beautiful tribute today.

The staging is astonishing. A circular staircase at the entrance showcases 452 dresses and 1,422 accessories, all 3D printed. Bags, shoes, perfumes, and small objects: so many testimonies of the Dior style materialized to elaborate this Diorama.