Dior Collaborates With Lebanese Designer Nada Debs For An Eid Exclusive

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Dior and Nada Debs collaborate on exclusive fragrance cases to mark Eid al-Adha

La Collection Privée Christian Dior, the Maison’s most luxurious fragrance offering, marks the occasion of Eid al-Adha by collaborating with Lebanese furniture designer and artist Nada Debs. The exclusive collaboration unveils two perfume cases that highlight Middle Eastern craftsmanship techniques, from hand-sculpting to marquetry, created from mother-of-pearl and walnut wood. Not only a celebration of the region, Nada Debs infuses the House’s heritage by incorporating the emblematic cannage motif. “This Dior Cannage, to me, is a timeless pattern that is reminiscent of the patterns of nature,” shares the designer. “Especially with the intricate weaving pattern, which reflects on the handmade craft feeling.”

The Bois Cannage Case weaves the natural grain of walnut wood with the intricacies of cannage and is finished with a mother-of-pearl CD logo, while the Cannage Trinitié Nacré case – designed to hold a trio of La Collection Privée fragrances – is adorned in mother-of-pearl and is limited to only 20 pieces. Available in Christian Dior boutiques in the Middle East, France, England, Switzerland and the United States. Explore the collection

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