The mini Lady Dior is proof that good things do come in small packages
With petite bags all the rage, we pick a particular favourite to be featured in our first ever foray into cinemagraphs, as modelled by the beautiful Sarah Lian. The mini Lady Dior holds prime position on our team's wishlists—not only are they adorable to look at but downsizing bagsize also ensures that we do away with the unnescessary debris that somehow ends up in the bottom of our bags.
The Lady Dior was first introduced in 1994 and swiftly became an icon of the house of Dior. Its decorative charms and the woven cannage pattern inspired by the Napoleon III chairs so dearly loved by Christian Dior lent to its sophistication and stylish women the world over very quickly fell in love. The mini Lady Dior is perfect when slung across the body and worn with a t-shirt and jeans or on more formal occasions, held delicately by its top handles.
All clothes from Dior AW16.
Photography: Chuan Looi
Styling: Jason Lim
Hair: Bibian Leong
Make-up: Joey Yap
Photography Assistant: TK Teo
Styling Assistant: Loh Wei Yeen