What better way to mark the first anniversary of 30 Montaigne’s reinvention than with a fairy-tale window display elaborated from upcycled fabrics and materials from the Dior Ateliers?

Dreamy landscapes, wonderful flora and fauna, a bucolic interlude… The windows of 30 de Montaigne house a fairy tale decoration made from recycled discards, decorations and material workshops, as a tribute to his exceptional savoir-faire.

Among the creatures of an eternal summer, a brand new bird of paradise mixes with butterflies and bees, owls and other captivating beings, made from recycled objects and Dior Oblique fabric that the House’s artisans did not need. Here, the iconic D for Dior buckle—usually adorning the Saddle bag—forms the beak of an imaginary bird, while elsewhere one of Lady Dior’s charms becomes the eye-catching attribute of another dream animal. An invitation to poetic flight and a true treasure hunt that playfully encourages visitors to discover the key components of the Dior emblems. To discover until the beginning of May.

Take a look below: