Dior Fine Jewelry
- The Siamese fighting fish-inspired earrings in the foreground can also be worn as brooches. The earrings in the background are Victoire de Castellane's take on a visually extravagant Bollywood fantasy.
- Christian Dior was an avid gardener. Victoire enjoys saluting this in her designs.
- For the Milly Carnivora collection, Victoire imagined a wild garden with flowers that attract you with their beauty, but also seem a little bit dangerous.
- These stunning earrings were inspired by a "white swan taking flight in a flurry of feathers."
- This necklace can be worn in eight different ways. It's also an encyclopedia of different diamond cuts, representing pear, square, minor, princess cuts in one form or another.
- A serious show-stopper.
- Launched in 2011, My Dior is a more traditional couture collection, representing the 'Cannage' design you see on the Lady Dior bags.
- Victorie likes pieces that aren't stiff and have some movement, so this necklace sits comfortably on the neck and features a lot of dangle.
- Big and bold pieces remind Castellane of playing dress-up with her mother's jewelry as a child.
- Dior is the only company to have a fully-functional decorative oscillating weight, which can be observed on the dial. As the blue piece moves on your wrist, it's also keeping your watch working.
- A taste of the summer-ready neon pieces launching in May.
- This jaw-dropping, one-of-a-kind La D piece features rainbow-hued gemstones.
- A peek inside Dior's super-exclusive VIP room, where the collection was showcased.