1. The Lady Dior Bag
One of the brand’s earliest and most legendary handbags, the Lady Dior Bag was named Slot Terbaru after Diana, the Princess of Wales. Princess Diana was famously seen sporting the Chouchou bag, as it was called earlier, on various occasions after which it was aptly rechristened.
The epitome of femininity, elegance and sophistication, this bag was gifted to Diana by France’s first lady Bernadette Chirac in 1995. Thereafter, the princess instantaneously became a fan and incorporated the Dior bag into her wardrobe. She carried every available version with her to her outings.
Since then, all the creative heads who succeeded Monsieur Christian Dior, including Marc Bohan and John Galliano and current creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri, have retained the classic silhouettes, shapes, textures and forms in the latest collections of Dior bags.
2. The Saddle Bag
An instant collectible, the retro equestrian-inspired Dior Saddle bag and its many beautiful versions, are an all-time favourite of celebrities like Kourtney Kardashian, Bella Hadid, Rita Ora and Dakota Fanning among others. As part slot bonus new member of Dior’s spring 2000 ready-to-wear collection, the then-creative head of Dior, John Galliano piloted the Saddle Bag in 1999 to symbolise ‘riding’ into a brand new millennium.
The style of the bag was etched in history by the popular TV show Sex and the City, when beloved it-girl Carrie Bradshaw, carried the handbag in the series and gave birth to the ‘Y2K’ style as we now know it. After this fashion moment, there was no looking back for this statement flap bag, as it further cemented its cult status by being a staple in the wardrobe of 2000s celebrities like Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie.
3. The Book Tote
Countless celebrities can be seen sporting this cult-classic tote bag given its perfect carry-on size and comfort. It is an airport and travel essential for many, including Jessica Alba, Victoria Beckham, Rihanna, Karlie Kloss and Diane Kruger, whose work often includes hopping from one glamorous city to another.
Conceptualised from a sketch done by Marc Bohan in 1967, the Book Tote quickly became popular among the rich and the famous, owing to its simple shape, sturdy and convenient sizes. The bag is crafted in attractive and colourful embroidered textiles.
4. DiorDouble Bag
The modern flap bag, dubbed the DiorDouble Bag, is intelligently crafted to cater to the different needs of the user. The sleek jacquard creation highlights its day-to-night versatility with its magnetic flap, detachable chain strap that can be worn over the shoulder, carried as a pouch or used as a crossbody sling bag.
The bag features the hallmark Dior logo and an antique gold-finish ‘CD’ signature, along with a patch and zip pocket for convenience. It complements any kind of outfit and can easily traverse between a casual, day-time look and a more formal, put-together nighttime look. The DoubleDior bag is available in a slew of colours and sizes.
5. 30 Montaigne Bag
Dubbed 30 Montaigne as a tribute to Dior’s iconic address in the French capital, Paris, the designs first debuted in the Pre-Fall 2019 collection. A quiet go-to for celebrities and non-celebs alike, the bags from this line have garnered admirers owing to its subtle and classic design.
The newest line is tactfully designed by Dior’s current creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri. The workhorse bag is embellished with a distinctive golden ‘CD’ fastening and a hand-sculpted logo. The bags come in elegant sizes and colours and materials like calfskin, canvas and jacquard. It can be styled in many ways owing to its adjustable shoulder strap.