Christian Dior was a lover of nature who was constantly inspired by flowers. This newest Grand Soir Jardins De Nuit watch was inspired by his gardens lit up in the moonlight, when shadows and the moon play tricks with the colors. Set against a midnight black dial, flowers, leaves, branches and even scarab beetle elytra wings drop down to set a mystical scene thanks to gold leaf work, elaborate carvings and bold gemstones. This 36mm version crafted in 18-karat pink and yellow gold with malachite stone bezel boasts round cut diamonds and Malaya garnets, spessartite garnets, tsavorites, peridots and yellow sapphires in fancy cuts such as marquise, pear, cushion, trillion and triangle. The entire case is set with more than 1,000 diamonds weighing more than five carats.
Price on request, available at Dior in Paris or New York, dior.com