Dior Goes Neon Pop with Anselm Reyle for Dior Collection
Ohhh, how we quiver with gorgeous anticipation whenever we open correspondence from the House of Dior. When it includes the fantastic melding of art meets glam, our pointy toe pumps click to attention.
German artist Anselm Reyle collaborated with the iconic French fashion house on a new capsule collection of bags, shoes, costume jewelry, sunglasses, small leather goods, scarves, and beauty products for the Anselm Reyle for Dior collection. All feature bright, color saturated & fluorescent camo prints based on the artist’s freestyle interpretation to shake up “the codes of the mythical Avenue Montaigne Couture House, which offered all its savoir-faire to serve his imagination.”
Anselm Reyle reinterpreted the Lady Dior and Miss Dior handbags with a wild and chic dose of street chic that has a sense of graphic movement and a burst of color featuring the artist’s signature colored triangles on Lady Dior charms.
The limited collaboration debuted at Art Basel Miami Beach and launches at select Dior boutiques on January 9th, with a US preview at Saks Fifth Avenue.
LeSportSac teamed up with the L.A. street-cred brand Joyrich for a super sweet line of bright candy camo bags, like the Heart Pouch right.
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