French Maison Dior has extended its luxurious offerings by adding a new range of beautiful rings, earrings and necklaces, to the brand's highest jewellery collection, Archi Dior. First introduced two years ago by the Creative Director of Christian Dior's fine jewellery division, Victoire de Castellane, the coveted Archi collection draws its inspiration from historic couture creations created by the brand, with each piece of jewellery being named after a couture line or iconic dress. 

This year, the Archi collection focuses on silhouettes from the brand's Spring/Summer collection in 1948, aptly titled Cocotte, and Milieu du Siècle from the Autumn/Winter collection of 1949. Castellane adds two pairs of earrings, three rings and two necklaces, all beautifully crafted in white and rose gold, complete with diamonds.

Discover the latest additions to the Archi collection here...

Castellane's new direction for the Archi collection, is a step away from  previous collections, which used mother of pearl and gems, as seen in Dior's Rose des Vents collection, and an ode to nature in Dior's La Rose Dior collection.