Looking for a bag that suit for your rockstar personality? Look at this Lady Dior Studded Wallet On Chain Pouch. Channeling Dior’s timeless elegance, this WOC in black studded Cannage design calfskin with aged gold D.I.O.R. charms block will certainly add a touch of feisty to your ultra feminine personality.
The Lady Dior Bag is one of the most iconic bags in the fashion world. For the new collection, Dior reinvented its classic bag and gave it a 360 degree turn make over. If you compare it with the former versions, this one doesn’t feature the signature DIOR lock on the front. Instead, it features the new DIOR charm, which gives the bag an ultra modish and vintage look.
Deceptively charming, this Dior black beauty is definitely worth the steal with its golden studded effect! The detachable chain in aged gold proves to be handy as you can carry this stunner in the hand, across the body, or on the shoulder.
The Lady Dior Studded Wallet On Chain Pouch offers more than meets the eyes. It has a large interior compartment, 4 card slots, 1 flat pocket, and 1 zipped pocket for effortless organization. Measuring 19 x 12 x 3 cm, priced at €1450 euro, £1300 GBP via Dior boutiques.
Fashion Niki Trefilova on ELLE Czech February 2017 Cover
Niki Trefilova graces the February 2017 cover of ELLE Czech. Photographed by Branislav Simoncik, the blonde beauty wears a t-shirt, corset top and tulle dress from Dior. In the accompanying spread, Niki models looks from the French label’s spring collection styled by Jan Kralicek. Marking creative director Maria Grazia Chuiri’s first designs for Dior, the line includes romantic dresses paired with sleek leather separates.
EDITORIAL: NIKI TREFILOVA STARS IN ELLE CZECH FEBRUARY 2017 COVER STORYThe model poses in Dior looks for the fashion editorialNiki Trefilova wears Dior t-shirt and embellished skirtModel Niki Trefilova models embellished Dior dress with bustier topPosing in white, the model wears Dior fencing top and tulle skirtNiki Trefilova models Dior bra, panties, pants and vestModel Niki Trefilova poses in Dior leather dress with quilted detailThe model wears Dior black leather top and pants
Before we tackle the fall 2017 women's shows in New York, London, Milanand Paris, we're jump-starting the fashion train in Denmark for the Nordic Region's largest fashion event, Copenhagen Fashion Week (#CPHFW), currently underway in the nation's capital.
Read on for the looks that caught our attention on the first day of shows, and stay tuned for more until the event wraps up on Friday. Skål!
MARK KENLY DOMINO TAN
Once described to me as the "Oscar de la Renta of Copenhagen," Mark Kenly Domino Tan cut his teeth at Copenhagen's acclaimed Kolding School of Design and London's Royal College of Art, followed by stints at Balenciaga, Alexander McQueen and Sonia Rykiel. He launched his own label in 2012 and won the National H&M Award not long after. And while his line only debuted at CPHFW for spring 2014, he's already royalty approved: he's often worn by Princess Mary, the Crown Princess of Denmark. Which is to say, his pieces are the real deal, immaculately constructed and representative of a broader Scandinavian aesthetic and lifestyle. The colors used with this look — the soft lavender sheen paired with caramel and black — were pleasantly unexpected, and that's just why I liked it so much.
This look closed the show, with Alexander Wang-for-Balenciaga vibes in the champagne monochrome, sheer legs and asymmetrical sweater. But it's not too close for comfort: The richness of the sweater and the elegance of the pants felt completely fresh on the runway, as well as in line with the rest of the collection. And oh, the runway: it was set in an all-pink retail store, complete with exposed light bulbs, crazy-high ceilings and some of the best furniture I've ever seen all in one place and not in a museum. These Danes do show venues well.
BY MALENE BIRGER
As one of the most recognizable brands from the Nordic Region, designer Malene Birger's CPHFW event was one of the most hotly anticipated of the week. This season, she revved up the edgy, sophisticated silhouettes that define her creative aesthetic to include suedes, leathers and furs in shades like inky blue, deep purple and some very robust reds. The above look opened her runway show — set inside a bright, cold warehouse filled to the brim with showgoers — and I couldn't stop thinking about it for the rest of the day; it may be one of my favorite individual looks of all of CPHFW.
I overheard a woman at the show discussing how Birger really knows how to both outfit the female figure — how to flatter and fit — and make a woman feel her strongest and sexiest as well. This collection encapsulated that idea, churning out look-after-look of beautiful, well-produced pieces that toed the line between conceptual and commercial. The above was great; I really loved the way the satin of the boots looked against the shimmer of the sweater and leggings and in that midnight blue, too.
The day closed out with Copenhagen- and London-based designer Astrid Andersen's womenswear debut, set at an art gallery on a quiet residential block just along the riverbank. I had high hopes for the show as soon as I saw the show space, followed by those inside: All of Copenhagen's cool-kids had seemed to convene under one roof for the occasion, trading Gucci loafers for dirtied Vans. Andersen usually shows her men's apparel in London, so her return to Copenhagen was received with an appropriate level of excitement. The clothes lived up to the hype: Each look embodied the casual, sports-inspired vibe — as seen with the striped waist of this asymmetrical skirt — that made her men's line so successful.
It's difficult to make a tracksuit that's so sporty in concept, but comes down the runway looking like the most luxurious thing in the room. Velvet was incorporated throughout the entire show and made the whole collection feel incredibly rich as a result. I'd wear every single item in this look, either alone or as the full outfit, for just about any occasion. (Plus, it looked dope with those white Nikes, too.)Other Brands Other Brands
Dior is slaying it once again with their geometric elegance. The cosmos inspired “Dior Explore” line is the quintessential modernity we are all after for. Ladies, this Dior Explore Telephone Pouch on the other hand is of no exception. Polished and symmetrically precise, it’s no wonder why it’s a visual feast.
With Dior’s claim to fame timeless piece, the asymmetric shape and the fluorescent Naranja, and fringing on this Opaline calfskin Explore Telephone Pouch adds that punch of youth and class to any cosmopolitan Dior woman’s style.
Now let’s go to the tiniest details about this pouch stunner. Aside from its gorgeous design, we are also in love with the light gold-tone clasp and the detachable chain strap, which makes it a practical for everyday use. The long shoulder chain allows you to carry it in style whether on the shoulder, across the body, or in the hand.
This one right here is not just about the outside beauty. Looking inside, it also has a lot to offer with 3 card slots, 2 flat pockets, gusset compartment, and a removable zipped pouch.
The Dior Explore Telephone Pouch measures 16 x 10 cm and is priced €685 euro, £590 GBP via Dior boutiques.
Dior Explore Croisiere Wallet with chain measures 21 x 11 cm, the chain is 120 cm and is priced €870 euro, £750 GBP, ₩1,350,000 WON via Dior boutiques.