Dior's Show-Stopping Set of a Million Flowers (first Haute Couture collection by Raf Simons)

Dior's new creative director, Raf Simons, set about to create a spectacular visual display by decorating the five grand rooms of a French mansion with one million flowers, paying homage to Christian Dior's "flower woman". Autumn/winter 2012.

Moscow, Russia

Creative director, Raf Simmons, decorated the walls of the Christian Dior Autumn/Winter 2012 Couture Show with one million flowers. The flowers were spread out over five rooms, and each room had its own color scheme. The decorating team used blue delphiniums, white orchids, pink peonies, and colored roses to cover each wall in this Parisian fashion show.

Antwerp-based florist Mark Colle - Images of Dior A/W 12-3 Haute Couture set from I Love Belgium

yellow dripping wisteria--dreamy setting!

under the cherry blossom tree


white wisteria shower

{ hanging }

stone house + hydrangeas

// White Peonies

Floral entrance- flowers encasing you from floor to ceiling as you walk into the main entrance of our shop, creates a wonderland experience for the shoppers its also something they can touch and smell heightening the whole experience. also covers our ugly walls!

Monet’s Garden Flowers Garden Love

Phalaenopsis orchids - Christian Dior Fall Couture 2012


Arrangements in lucite museum boxes designed by Mark Colle for the Fall 2012 Jil Sander collection


Wall, dress, table, basket, flowers...just love!