Accessory Saturday:DIOR

Dior has followed the ultimate trend with the new My Lady Dior Lucky Charm bags and accessories.  Ever since I was a little girl I have loved symbols of lucky charms.  One of the biggest trends now are charms, and accessories that are adorned with more lucky charms the better.


Takes the iconic bag from the Dior house features the woven ‘cannage’ design found on the Napoleon III chairs that Christian Dior loved so dearly. This new collection has a new voice and is after a new market.  It speaks to the new Dior girl, who has a quirky side.  The accessories speak for themselves.


The collection allows you to personalize your My “Lady Dior,” with your favorite lucky charms.  You can spell out your name.  Add your favorite star, rose or bee charm to your bag.

The Dior bag,  is the very first customisable Lady bag from Dior. The concept? Personalise the shoulder strap of this iconic bag using Dior’s Lucky Badges and create your very own, unique Lady Dior. Select your favourite Lucky Badges inspired by the world of Dior, and place them how you prefer on the shoulder strap of your Lady Dior bag or.

The Latest By Lady Dior

Was unveiled at the new back was show at the Cruise 2017 show Blenheim Palace.  Available in a new 20 cm size, My Lady Dior reveals a re-worked shape, an easy open flap closure and a wide, adjustable and removable shoulder strap offering three ways to carry it: on the shoulder, across the body or in the hand. If adorned with the iconic leather cannage motif, My Lady Dior comes in a bold palette of hues, two of them metallic (silver and gold) which really pop against the brightly coloured Lucky Badges.



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Charlotte is an urban New Yorker who has lived in London, Paris & Morocco. She has an MBA in Management and Economics of Luxury Brands and Fashion and her BFA from the New School. She calls herself the dyslexic writer living between London & Paris. Digital Fashion & Lifestyle Architect ?:ChaChaNyc007


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