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Dior Madrid

French fashion in the Spanish capital

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After a year of renovation work, the Madrid Dior store in the Salamanca neighbourhood, a chic part of the Spanish capital, has reopened with larger and, above all else, more elegant features. The new space of the French house, dedicated to women’s fashion, is divided into two floors, housing accessory, footwear and prêt-à-porter collections, in addition to the exclusive Dior Maison collection. On the occasion of the reopening, Dior organised a great masked ball in the Palace of the Dukes of Santoña, attended by huge fans of the brand, such as actresses Marta Hazas and Macarena García and models Marina Pérez and Dalianah Arekon.

Dior opened its first stores in the Spanish capital in 1986. One of them, originally opened in 2002, and located at number 6, Calle Ortega y Gasset, in the Salamanca neighbourhood – one of the most exclusive streets in the city and home to the main luxury brands – reopened about a year ago, after extensive extension and renovation works. This just-for-women boutique, which houses the prêt-à-porter and accessory collections, as well as the exclusive Dior Maison collection, has grown in size, and become brighter and more luxurious.
The style and vision of its creative director, Maria Grazia Chiuri, is reflected in this space. In a setting inspired by the 18th century, evoking the original Dior boutique at 30 Avenue Montaigne, modern furniture, neutral colours and strategic lighting provide the perfect setting to highlight the creations of the fashion house. The ground floor, at street level, is dedicated to leather goods, fashion accessories, perfumes, eyewear and various footwear collections, on display right next to a work by the artist Oyoram. Elegant staircases lead to the second floor, where the store’s best kept secrets can be found. Parquet flooring boasting a herringbone pattern extends throughout every room. To the right, the prêt-à-porter collections; to the left, a room housing the exclusive Dior Maison collection. On this floor there is also a luxurious changing room, with a comfortable sofa and surrounded by mirrors. The final surprise is on a terrace with a peaceful garden, where moments of rest await you under the Madrid sun.

The boutique is home to accessory and prêt-à-porter collections and the exclusive Dior Maison collection.

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