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Take A Virtual Tour Around Christian Dior’s Château de La Colle Noire

Dior Château de La Colle Noire

The main alley of the château de la Colle Noire. Photo: Jérôme Galland for Parfums Christian Dior

The world of Christian Dior is one of whimsy and romance. At the heart of this story is the Château de La Colle Noire located near Grasse in Pays de Fayence. It is the house where the late designer spent his final years, creating a haven among its Provencal backdrop. Dedicated to the arts, it played host to many of his famed friends from the industry who often visited. They spent their time both in its beautifully restored rooms and in the garden that Christina Dior designed to resemble the home he grew up in “Les Rhumbs”. Here, thousands of plants were grown including the iconic May Roses that feature in his iconic fragrances.

Dior Château de La Colle Noire

Christian Dior sur la terrasse du château de la Colle Noire, 1955. Photo: Collection Musée Christian Dior, Granville

Today Château de La Colle Noire has been restored to its former glory by Dior Maison de Parfums. A private property its doors are rarely opened to the public, until now. Embracing the wonders of technology, site manager Guillaume Garcia-Moreau takes you on a virtual tour of the property showcasing some of its most precious possessions.

The Rooms

The Details

The Garden

Take The Tour

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