Life in Color

Tinted in the shades of the collection – pink, green, yellow, orange and black – new eyewear styles brighten up the silhouettes with flashes of audacity. Their elegant, graphic curves, reinventing the butterfly shape, offer the promise of a total look with a Sixties feel.

    Sixties Design

    Influenced by the Italian art movements of the 1960s, the jewelry cultivates a pop philosophy combining acidic tones and transparency. Imposing geometric rings are worn alone or in accumulation while the emblematic Dior Tribales earrings are reinvented in fluorescent versions.

      Ode to the Mini

      The essential Dior Vibe bag, inspired by the world of sportswear, is revisited in a micro version, to be carried in the hand. In this same format, the Lady Dior and the 30 Montaigne come in vibrant shades of red, pink or yellow. The iconic Dior Bobby reaffirms its curves in a rectangular version of the East West. These irresistible accessories complete the silhouette with their graphic spirit.

        Contrasting with the miniskirts and short dresses, the shoes come in high versions crossed with links interlacing around the legs. In a celebration of the Sixties, Roller shoes come in Mary-Jane and sock boot versions, trimmed in black or white neoprene and highlighted with colored rubber details in orange, yellow, green or blue. Launching this season, the La Parisienne strappy ballerinas offer a feminine and sophisticated look.