Nurtured by the whimsical imagination of Cordelia de Castellane, the Dior Maison universe has grown to include a line of objects dedicated exclusively to children. The toile de Jouy – the iconic Dior code that, starting in 1947, decorated the House’s first boutique, “Colifichets” – is reinvented in a version populated by giraffes, elephants and butterflies, with hot-air balloons drifting overhead. On pastel-hued porcelain, these delicate sketches bring life to a dinner service consisting of a plate, bowl, cup and four place settings, transforming each meal into a festive moment for sharing wonderful stories around the table.

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