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The First Dior Pop-Up Store in Indonesia at Sundara Beach Club

Traditional culture and beach lifestyle meet designer couture as Dior opens its first retail space in Bali, with a partial buyout of Sundara Beach Club at Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay that reaffirms the island’s profile as a destination for discerning travellers and extraordinary events. Open daily from June 30 to August 12. […]

Traditional culture and beach lifestyle meet designer couture as Dior opens its first retail space in Bali, with a partial buyout of Sundara Beach Club at Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay that reaffirms the island’s profile as a destination for discerning travellers and extraordinary events.


Open daily from June 30 to August 12. 2022, the Dior pop-up store and café at Sundara is the first major event in Bali since borders opened to international visitors in February 2022. It highlights the unique blend of authentic culture and sophisticated lifestyle that make Bali one of the world’s favourite islands.

Working with Dior’s interior designer, Sundara’s entire dining and beach club space extending over two-storeys and more than 1,300 square metres (approximately 14,000 square feet), has been transformed into a fairy-tale showcase for the new Dioriviera Collection 2022.  


The temporary redecoration includes an underwater 57-metre-long (187 foot) artwork installation running the entire length of Sundara’s pool. It took scuba divers four days to install the artwork, featuring the Dioriviera logo and toile de Jouy design on the bottom of Bali’s longest beachfront pool.

A dedicated entrance to the pop-up store on Sundara’s Mezzanine level sets the tone for the Dioriviera 2022 Collection’s lush jungle theme, as life-size sculptures of wild animals pop out from tropical foliage. Sundara stripped its Mezzanine level – removing all furniture, interior wall partitions and 16 chandeliers – to provide a blank canvas for Dior’s interior designer to install their own themed furniture, merchandising displays, fitting rooms and a café. Even the walls, ceilings and poolside daybeds have been covered with Dioriviera’s toile de Jouy monochromatic tapestry for the duration of the six-week-long event.

Dior Café provides a culinary experience that taps into Bali’s relaxed yet chic resort style. While Sundara continues to serve its modern international and smoky barbecue flavours at the main dining areas on the ground level, the Dior Café on the Mezzanine welcomes diners for breakfast, lunch and dinner with 180-degree ocean views, and a private bar. Dior’s Mediterranean-inspired menu was created by Four Seasons Executive Pastry Chef David Peduzzi and Sundara Chef de Cuisine David Gavin (former Chef de Cuisine at Mozaic Ubud) who drew on their French training and experience to meet Dior Paris’ culinary guidelines and precise requirements for each dish. The café servers are Sundara staff, styled in Dior uniforms to deliver the five-star service for which Sundara is renowned.

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