Balancing tradition with modernity, heritage with avant-garde, the accessories in this collection are a riot of contrasts. This idea is encapsulated by necklaces that, on one side, are a classic piece of rhinestone jewelry, and on the other a graphic composition of malachite, enamel and rutilated quartz. Or a necklace that reveals one rhinestone element repainted green using an airbrush to mimic malachite with its dark green striation, and a second composed of pompoms of hawk’s eye, rock crystal and rutilated quartz. This duality also comes through in the signet rings. Worn on the pinkie, as tradition dictates, these rings are tricked out with stones such as onyx and quartz. In their hair, the Dior women sport classic hair clips of oversized proportions. And finally, to complete the look, they wear airy sandals in velvet or decorated with mimosa embroidery that lace simply around the ankle.