Yes, you’ve heard it right! If you’re in London, you can experience the ultimate space of sophistication: Dior just opened a restaurant situated on the Selfridges rooftop. Sun, food, cocktails and fashion – we really can’t ask for more!
This is your opportunity to experience a fining dinner with selected dishes, including some of Monsieur Dior’s favourite ones. Probably you can’t go to Cote D’Azur – but Cote D’Azur just came to London!
Dior At Alto – a Dior’s version of the existing Alto by San Carlo – has a premium menu curated by the fashion house and also a cocktail menu with drinks that honor Dior history. Can fashion be tastable? Even better, can fashion be tastable in a summer rooftop?
Dior is bringing to London a chic and contemporary rooftop, where it is possible to have a sunny afternoon accompanied by the latest news of the french brand – we’re not just talking about food. There’s also a boutique with fancy and modern accessories to cheer up your summer – and your life.
In that pop-up boutique where you’ll find Dior deckchairs, a Dior beach racket set or a Dior surfboard – yes, everything you can possibly need to a fancy and fashionable summer.
What Dior and Vespa have in common? Well, a scooter. You can also find the limited-edition Christian Dior Vespa 946 in the rooftop boutique store and be amazed by its modern and contemporary design!
Dioriviera capsule is a tribute to the gentle lifestyle Christian Dior beloved. These new creations are dressed in an iconic Toile de Jouy motif that reinterprets the Creative Director of the women’s collections in intense shades of raspberry pink, lime green and navy blue. A moment suspended in time, like an escape to the sea – and now you can feel this moment in London too!
The space itself was inspired by the upbeat, tart colours of the latest Dioriviera collection from Maria Grazia Chiuri (also available at the pop-up boutique). The brand’s signature Toile de Jouy print adorns walls, ceilings and soft furnishings. Starting August 1, the pop-up shop will transform into a rooftop bar for two months, where customers can end the last of summer with a drink in hand.