Named The Celestial Snow Globe, the tree pays tribute to Dior’s savoir-faire, the couture line, and features white toile and holographics, mixing the modern and traditional, as is only right for the French luxury fashion house. Christmas baubles will take the form of iconic Dior pieces, whilst the treetop is decorated with a luxury star and Jones’ dog, Cookie.
“It is a great honour for me to design the Christmas Tree for Claridge’s and thus bring Dior, London and the Christmas spirit together in this iconic place,” Jones said in a statement following the unveiling of the tree.
Claridge’s hotel co-owner Paddy McKillen added: “Christmas has always been a truly special time of the year for us here at Claridge’s. We are delighted, for the first time in many years, to welcome a homegrown designer to create our illustrious tree.”