The Dior Backpack



A new essential accessory dreamed up by Maria Grazia Chiuri, the Dior Backpack combines the codes of timeless elegance and utilitarian luxury. A symbol of the House's heritage, it is notably revealed in a version embellished with the iconic Dior Oblique jacquard punctuated by the gilded initials “CD”. Fitted with straps, this object of desire promises an infinitely free silhouette.


The Dior Backpack is unveiled in a refined variation, dressed in the emblematic Dior Oblique jacquard, dreamed up by Marc Bohan in 1967. From the original sketch to the delicate finishing touches, this exceptional bag calls for savoir-faire of excellence. 

Like an ode to the beauty of the gesture, the canvas is meticulously cut and the insets subtly assembled. After working the leather with the utmost precision, the artisan makes the base of this creation, then sews the drawstrings and straps, magnifying this object of desire, a fusion of elegance and functionality. A unique accessory, embellished with the gold-colored "CD" initials, the eternal Dior code. Discover these virtuoso techniques in pictures.