The Lady Dior Born in 1995, the Lady Dior made its debut on the arm of Lady Diana, Princess of Wales. Thanks to this exceptional godmother, its extraordinary destiny made it a symbol, a legend. With its structured lines, its metal charms – a tribute to the lucky charms that Christian Dior always carried with him – and its cannage, which evokes the Napoleon III chairs on which the couturier seated his guests for the défilés, this emblem is a true distillation of the House’s spirit.
Celebrating the virtuosity of Dior’s ateliers, it comes to life through the unique gestures of the petites mains and their constantly reinvented savoir-faire. The handcrafted excellence displayed as part of the spring-summer 2020 ready-to-wear collection imagined by Maria Grazia Chiuri sees it presented in an entirely embroidered version, called Lady D-Lite. Every meticulously thought out detail, like the “Christian Dior” signature that completes its architectural style, contributes to its beauty.
A true icon of the House, it is transformed into an absolute work of art through exclusive collaborations.
A contemporary odyssey in the name of creative passion, initiating captivating artistic dialogues like the Dior Lady Art and Lady Dior As Seen By projects, makes its modernity more timeless than ever.
All photos credits to ©Pol Baril