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Photo by Pol Baril, courtesy of Dior.
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Photo by Pol Baril, courtesy of Dior.
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Dior’s D-Murrine Collection Inspired by Niki de Saint Phalle

By Rylie Cooke

February 23, 2018

Dior debuted its new “D-Murrine” collection, inspired by the colorful work of artist Niki De Saint Phalle. Niki started her art career in 1950, working with the idea of sculptural gardens inspired by diverse materials and found objects as the essential elements of her art. Gaining international acclaim, Niki continued her art practices until her passing in 2002, and The Niki Charitable Art Foundation still carries on her artistic legacy till this day.

This Spring/Summer 2018 collection features colourfully beaded glass motifs on necklaces, rings, and earrings. Handmade on the island of Murano in Italy, the glass features are accompanied by small embellishments including a bee, the figure eight, a clover and a star; all made in Germany by the same atelier that Christian Dior first chose to produce his costume Jewelery. “D-Murrine” is a playful collection, bright but refined, capturing the light of the ultimate Dior girl.

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