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07.21
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Dior Tribales

For the Fall 2019 Ready-to-Wear collection by Maria Grazia Chiuri, the Dior Tribales earrings take on the codes of the House. Combined with delicate pearls, Christian Dior’s lucky star and the bee - another of the founding couturier’s favorite good-luck symbols - come together in an elegant asymmetrical dance.

07.21
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Two Sides

The iconic Dior Oblique canvas takes pride of place in a new collection of silk scarves printed on both sides. Harnessing an exclusive technique developed in France in a dedicated atelier, this graphic motif is displayed on both surfaces of the fabric on each piece, in different shades. Adorned with a delicate fringe finish emblematic of Dior scarves, these versatile accessories can be worn in a multitude of ways, offering endless possibilities for personalization.

07.20
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Stars in Dior

For the Premios Juventud award ceremony in Miami on July 19th, singer Maluma donned a suit from the Spring 2020 men's collection by Kim Jones for Dior.

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07.19
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The Power of Black

This season, the iconic Lady Dior, Saddle and Diorama bags are adorned in an
ultra-matte black finish that is the epitome of elegance.

One of the House’s legends, the Lady Dior with its extraordinary destiny, born in 1995, carries with it the codes so dear to the founding couturier. The Saddle bag, for its part created by Dior in 1999 in tribute to the equestrian world, has become a fashion statement and the accessory of a whole generation. Last but not least, the Diorama, unveiled for the first time with the Spring-Summer 2015 ready-to-wear collection, plays on mixing genres, as a timeless design that is simultaneously graphic, modern and sophisticated. Since their debuts, these creations have reappeared in ever more contemporary versions and materials, building a regenerative dialogue between Dior’s heritage and the spirit of the new collections. Enhanced with a new interpretation in ultra-matte black, these three emblematic bags show their capacity for infinite renewal, reinventing each time their precious uniqueness.

07.18
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Nature / Future

For summer, figures of animals and Hajime Sorayama's metallic female robots slip in among luxuriant motifs of waves and foliage. An exclusive capsule collection with a retro-futuristic aesthetic, designed by Kim Jones in collaboration with the Japanese contemporary artist. 

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