Combining the timeless elegance of the House with the meticulous attention to detail of its ateliers, Maria Grazia Chiuri's miniature wallets are the ideal accessories for the modern woman on the move.
Openly expressing her own vision while drawing on the heritage of Mr. Dior and his successors, Creative Director Maria Grazia Chiuri's collection of designer compact wallets offers emblematic details in smaller sizes. Dior compact wallets revisit key elements like the iconic Cannage topstitching, the Microcannage texture and the asymmetrical Saddle flap. The Dior Oblique motif continues to exude elegance in pieces, as it has done since its introduction by Marc Bohan in 1967. There are styles which spotlight the essential Toile de Jouy motif and its various iterations, the pattern that adorned the walls of 30 Montaigne, Mr. Dior's very first boutique. And, just like most House accessories, many of these miniature styles boast 'DIOR' signatures or 'CD' initials in some form, paying homage to the Maison's founder. As their names suggest, Dior compact wallets are often smaller takes on larger, similar styles from past collections and permanent offers. Their smaller sizes offer another level of functionality, allowing them to easily be slipped into pockets or small compartments of bags. They offer smart storage options with surprisingly spacious interiors, separate compartments for smaller items and patch pockets, card slots and zipped pockets to accommodate coins, bills, cards and documents. No compromise is made on style, as is evident with pieces crafted in the House's emblematic jacquard. As for leathers, Dior mini wallets are available in calfskin, leather and goatskin, with smooth, patent, metallic or ultramatte finishes, and each and every piece is handcrafted in the House's Italian ateliers.