After a two-year renovation, Dior’s headquarters in Paris will reopen with a new restaurant designed by architect Peter Marino and led by French chef Jean Imbert. The restaurant will be part of a six-story historic building located at 30 Avenue Montaigne in Paris. The famous brand announced that the reopening date of its restaurant and the name of the restaurant are not yet clear.
The winner of the Top Chef in 2012, chef Jean Imbert leads many restaurants, including Mamie par Jean Imbert, which serves dishes inspired by her grandmother. He also runs Swan in Miami and To Share in Saint-Tropez with musician, Pharrell Williams. The restaurant’s architect, Marino is also designing the first Paris branch of a high-end seafood restaurant, Langosteria.
The opening of the new restaurant marks yet another addition to LVMH’s venture into hospitality following the upcoming reopening of the billion-dollar department store, La Samaritaine in Paris, where Langosteria will be located in. This new restaurant is Dior’s sixth restaurant following Café Dior outposts in Tokyo, Seoul, Miami, and Honolulu.