Dior’s Toile De Jouy Mexico Capsule Is All About Butterflies

Dior Cruise Toile De Jouy Mexico CapsulePHOTOS COURTESY OF DIOR

For this season’s #DiorCruise collection, Maria Grazia Chiuri brought to life a captivating collection in Mexico City earlier this year. Featuring the Toile de Jouy Mexico capsule, it is an ode to artist Frida Kahlo and her great love of butterflies.

Dior worked with artist Pietro Ruffo to conceptualise a multicolour motif comprising butterflies, moths and flowers. The intricate embroidery and prints embellish the French fashion house’s signature bags and accessories, with the embroidered ones being the most tactile as you run your fingers over them.

There’s the Small Dior Book Tote (SGD4700) in White/Pastel Midnight Blue. Then comes the Medium Dior Book Tote (SGD4900) and Medium Lady D-Lite Bag (SGD7700) in Green Multicolour Toile de Jouy Mexico embroidery. Each serves a different purpose, ranging from a short day out to a carryall for weekends and short travels.

Complete your look with other matching accessories. These include the likes of an adjustable shoulder strap  in embroidered canvas (SGD1900). Or go soft with the Toile de Jouy Mexico Mitzah Scarf (SGD370) and Toile de Jouy Mexico 90 Square Scarf (SGD910). These come in silk twill with hand-rolled edges to wear on the bag or on your body.

Officially launched at all boutiques and Dior Singapore’s online store, this is one of #DiorCruise’s key motifs of the season. Even more so if you love butterflies.

For more information, do visit DIOR.com


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