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Introducing the latest Dior Fall / Winter 2019 bag collection, Maria Grazia Chiuri features the anti-embellishment spirit of the 1950s. This season features the checkered print, which is available in the Dior Book tote styles as well as new materials such as Embossed Denim. A new style in the 30 Montaigne bag is featured in a belt bag style, the bag is miniaturized into a box and available in the oblique signature fabric. New J’adior friendship bracelets in colorways such as hunter green are also available, including a new grommet style. The much coveted Small Dior Book tote appears this season but will be a very hard style to get your hands on as the back won’t officially launch until 2020; however, the limited Palm Tree print will be featured in the small book style.
Check-out our latest post on the upcoming Harrod’s Pop-up in August 2019, where limited edition pieces will be available in small quantities.
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