“i belong to miss dior”
With playful affection, Christian Dior liked to name one design from each Haute Couture collection after his loyal companion, his dog Bobby.
In 1952, he created a Miss Dior bottle in the image of his stylish dog. Collectors from around the world snapped up this limited edition called "J'appartiens à Miss Dior" ("I belong to Miss Dior").
Today, the House of Dior is reissuing this prestigious bottle and adorning it with a couture houndstooth bow, hand-embroidered with a multitude of bright, colourful beads.
Your one-of-a-kind, numbered Bobby bottle contains the delicate floral fragrance of Miss Dior Blooming Bouquet.
"It is a cozy fragrance with an extremely elegant softness. It is not a direct invitation, but a halo." François Demachy, Dior Perfumer-Creator.
François Demachy, Parfumeur-Créateur Dior
ESSENCE OF BERGAMOT
Harvested in southern Italy, Essence of Bergamot is obtained by cold expression of fruit peel. It brings a distinct, sweet freshness to fragrances and adds a special radiance to citrus notes.
ESSENCE OF DAMASCUS ROSE AND PEONY
Native to Turkey, Damascus Rose is essential to the perfumer's palette. It exudes a subtly spicy and almost masculine floral note.
White musks procure a slightly powdery, cottony, effect that swathes the skin and gives the impression of enveloping softness.
An exceptional work of glass art designed for Miss Dior to mark the 1952 holiday season, this truly unique bottle was created both to celebrate Christian Dior's love of dogs and to highlight the bold, daring spirit and the exceptional craftsmanship of the House on Avenue Montaigne.
Today, Bobby, the beloved Dior dog, is back in a numbered luxury re-edition. Bobby sports a couture houndstooth bow, embroidered with bright beads.