The urban landscape in which the Dior woman is evolving is a territory she's very much claimed as her own. Her instinctive style combines total femininity with primitive animality, continuing down to her accessories. The Diorama, the House's new bag, has been reborn in exotic skins, whether acid green crocodile or pink and red lizard. The iconic Lady Dior shows off a new equally precious carapace on which bright colors and motifs inspired by Monsieur Dior's beloved bestiary mix.
Also on her arm, a saddle bag in brown python or blue and black stripes. Ankle boots and thigh boots, first appearing at the the haute-couture spring-summer 2015 show, have transmuted, coming in zebra and mottled prints, swirling with bright or dull colors, sometimes given transparent plexiglas heels. Details of this new kind of camouflage, bibs such as faux collars in chainmail lacquered green, black, brown and pink, or metal rings randomly lacquered in pink and blue, blend naturally with the look. The final attribute of this wild and sensual woman is that she sports an earring on only one ear, part paperclip, part safety pin, in a medley of sizes, gold and silver.