Inside Dior: Seven Contemporary Artists, Seven Unique Visions For The Lady Dior Bag

Following the acclaim of the Marc Quinn for Lady Dior bag in June, Dior invited six more artists to offer their own takes transposing their creative universes to the french labels iconic Lady Dior bag.

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Created in 1995, the Lady Dior bag became a recognizable handbag as a result of its architectural design, metallic charms that spell out the name Dior and cannage motif inspired by Napoleon III chairs.

The seven artists Marc Quinn, Jason Martin, Ian Davenport, Mat Collishaw, Matthew Porter, Chris Martin and Daniel Gordon were given carte blanche to reinterpret the bag. Their creations were unveiled at the Dior Miami boutique, followed by Los Angeles and is now touring in exhibition in South Korea, China, London, Dubai and Paris.

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Nichelle Cole is the founder & editor-in-chief of The Fashion Plate magazine. A respected writer, stylist and influencer, she has been published in fashion magazines around the world.

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