Lucky Dior: One symbolic ring for every day of the week
It's perhaps an understatement to say that the late Monsieur Dior was a man who took lucky symbols and emblems seriously (you can read all about it on the reinvented Rose des Vents collection here). Naturally, the brand sought inspiration from his favourite symbols, lucky charms, and poignant moments throughout his childhood for Lucky Dior's line of signet rings. All seven rings take centre stage in this collection, made of different stones and motifs set in square, round, rectangular, and octagonal shapes that reflect Dior's iconic imagery. Iconic emblems adorned on the rings include: Amazonite four-leaf clover and lily-of-the-valley on pink quartz for luck; lapis lazuli rose that represents Monsieur Dior's love for his garden at Granville; the signature C and D initials in coral stone resin; oval Fluorite as a nod to the passion of the 18th century; a tiger's eye star that's one of Monsieur Dior's favourite designs; and a heart-shaped onyx bee to symbolise 18th century French royalty. Wear a different one everyday or a few together to make a modern-day statement, or pair it with Dior's exquisite Tribales earrings for a complete look—you can't get any better luck than that.