Dior · Miss Dior Millefiori Couture Collection


Sandwiched between the 2022 fall and holiday collections (reviewed here), Dior also launched Miss Dior Millefiori Couture, a capsule collection that draws inspiration from a myriad of flowers, as imagined by the Maison’s head, Maria Grazia Chiuri. It’s like a breath of spring, no?



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Millefiori gown designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri for Dior


The Miss Dior Millefiori Couture Collection is a capsule grouping of pieces to elevate your bathing ritual


Miss Dior Eau de Parfum, Millefiori Couture Edition (CAN $195.00/100 ml, 3.4 fl oz) | The Maison’s iconic Miss Dior perfume has been dressed up with a poignard fabric bow inspired by the collection’s theme, while the instantly-recognizable bottle with its squared shape and houndstooth motif on the bottom remains the same. This version was created by Dior’s master perfumer, François Demachy in 2021 and is based on the Centifolia Rose with its honey & peppery notes. The initial spritz is feminine and elegant but still feels youthful, then begins to take on a floral creamier vibe through the notes of Lily-of-the-Valley, Peony, and Iris. Within a short while, notes of Peach, Rose, and Apricot join the mix, providing an unexpected fresh and playful side. For me personally, the magic kicks in during the final dry down phase when the earthier notes of Vanilla, Musk, Tonka Bean, Sandalwood, and Benzoin merge together, giving this fragrance a sultry and mysterious overtone.

My preferences tend to run towards amber/vanilla/incense-y scents, and even though florals have never been my thing, I’m actually quite surprised by the fact that I not only like this new Miss Dior, but how easy it is to wear — without it ever coming across as cloying or headaches-inducing. There have been many iterations of this fragrance since it originally launched in 1947, and I happen to have a few earlier versions here that I haven’t been able to wear (I keep them because the bottles are just too beautiful, and I love how they look in my perfume collection), but THIS is the version that resonates with me, thanks to its masterfully crafted selection of notes.






Miss Dior Rose Bath Bombs, Millefiori Couture Edition (CAN $87.00/10 count) | Housed in a lovely Millefiori printed cardboard container, inside you’ll find 10 “macaron” bath bombs. Dissolving upon contact with water, these effervescent bombs are also infused with rose oil, elevating your bath into the absolute indulgence. Not overly heavily scented, each macaron manages to beautifully deliver the Miss Dior signature fragrance. Now I’m definitely more of a shower girl, but I have to confess that these little beauties are making a strong case for me to change my bathing habits!



Miss Dior Scented Candle, Millefiori Couture Edition (CAN $59.00/85 g, 3 oz) | Housed in a lovely ceramic vessel bearing a delicate rendering of the Millefiori motif, this candle is a beautiful addition to the collection, as it satisfies both visual and olfactory senses. Providing up to 24 hours burn time, it’s the first time that the Maison’s iconic Miss Dior fragrance is delivered in this format, making it truly unique to the range.

As someone who adores burning candles, I have to confess that this is one that’s almost too cute to use up but I can also see myself re-purposing the vessel once I do finally take the plunge.



It occurs to me that every single piece I’ve shown here would also make the loveliest gift, especially now with Christmas less than a month away. As this collection is limited edition,  I wouldn’t sit on this so call your nearest Dior counter to grab your faves while you can!

Available online and select retailers for a limited time



Kindly provided by Dior for my unbiased consideration

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