Dior’s master perfumer, Francis Kurkdjian, has recently introduced a baby perfume called “Bonne Étoile” under the Baby Dior line. The fragrance, priced at $230 (RM, 1000), is a reimagined version of the perfume from the 1970s, with a fresher scent.
‘’I wanted to revisit the Baby Dior line,’’ said Francis Kurkdjian to WWD. “Christian Dior evoked his childhood many times as a very happy and joyful period of his life. I wanted to bring it back to life as a tribute.”
After a hiatus of 53 years, Baby Dior Skincare is set to make a comeback next year, with a collection that focuses on the delicate and sensitive skin of babies. In addition to the captivating perfume, the range will include a selection of bath time products including La Mousse Très Fondante foaming cleanser for the hair, face and body (RM 444), a cleanser called the L’Eau Très Fraîche (RM 444) for the sensitive baby and the Le Lait Très Tendre moisturizing hydration milk (RM 537).
These products are meticulously crafted with safe and gentle ingredients, such as biomimetic lipids, ensuring a curated and nurturing bath time routine for infants and toddlers.
The “Bonne Étoile” perfume by Baby Dior is a testament to the brand’s commitment to safety and quality, containing zero alcohol and boasts a remarkable 98 percent of its ingredients derived from natural sources. The fragrance carries a harmonious blend of pear, wild rose, and white musks, creating a captivating and delicate aroma.
Artistic director Cordélia de Castellane has envisioned a concept for Baby Dior that exudes a soft and serene ambiance. The bottle designs feature a pastel palette and floral prints, evoking a sense of tranquility and tenderness.
For more Baby Dior news, visit www.dior.com.