Pierre Yovanovitch Mobilier and Dior Maison’s ‘Midi’ Collection features fifteen bespoke tabletop items displayed at the Swiss collectible art and design fair, NOMAD St. Moritz from March 1-6. The prestigious collection seeks to convey Pierre Yovanovitch and Christian Dior’s mutual connection to the South of France and how their Provencal roots have play into their designs. “This collection is the link between two stories,” Pierre Yovanovitch Mobilier CEO Cedric Morisset says; the story of Christian Dior’s residence in the village of Montauroux, France, Château de la Colle Noire, and Pierre Yovanovitch’s residence only 65 km away, Château de Fabrègues. “The ‘Midi’ collection is not only a reflection of [Pierre and Christian’s] shared regional ties but also of the residences which became emblems of their respective brands,” Cedric says.
The fifteen items featured in ‘Midi’ include a table lamp, a mirror, a cigar box, four serving trays, two tissue boxes, two picture frames, two candle holders, a trinket tray and a pencil pot. Each item will be available for purchase at selected Dior stores beginning March 2022.