Mais “oui”!

Vic­toire de Castel­lane, Artis­tic Di­rec­tor of Dior Joil­lerie, de­signs a trib­ute to life and ro­mance. Love is in the air…

L’Officiel Middle East (English) - - Contents - By Lina Che­hab

In 1966, John Len­non vis­ited an art gallery in Lon­don, the Indica Gallery, in the base­ment of the Indica Book­shop in Ma­son’s Yard, just off Duke Street in May­fair. He found a white lad­der, and when he climbed it and reached the top, he looked up at the ceil­ing and saw a paint­ing with one sin­gle word: “Yes”! he was told that the artist was a young Ja­panese woman called Yoko Ono, he asked to meet her, and the rest is his­tory. Three lit­tle let­ters form the most ro­man­tic of words in Eng­lish, Ara­bic, but also in the lan­guage of Moliere: “Oui”. An ode to life and the af­fir­ma­tion of love. De­signed by Vic­toire de Castel­lane, the Artis­tic Di­rec­tor of Dior Joil­lerie, the col­lec­tion con­sists, among other pieces, of an el­e­gant ear­ring in yel­low gold set with di­a­mond. A wish, granted.

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