The collection dreamed up by Osanna Visconti for Dior Maison reflects the convergence of two shared passions. On the one hand, a fascination with botany and its infinite poetry, cultivated by Christian Dior since childhood, from the lush rose gardens of Granville to the Provençal gardens of La Colle Noire. And on the other, the Milanese artist’s love of nature and its vital force.
For Dior, she has designed a series of decorative bronze objects, the fruit of symbiosis between different savoir-faire of exception: the creations are handcrafted using the lost-wax casting process – a technique chosen by the greatest sculptors, from Rodin to Camille Claudel –, that employs the imprint into which the molten metal is poured.
A captivating dialogue where the beauty of the plant world and the excellence of contemporary artisanship, so dear to the House, shine through.