This Ramadan, Dior bathes in gold.

The Dior Or Capsule bathes the House of Dior in a luminous glow, thanks to Maria Grazia Chiuri’s reimagining of the signature hue. Gold has always been a colour of timeless elegance for Dior, and this year, Chiuri elevates it to new heights.

The iconic Bar jacket, the very essence of Dior’s DNA, gets a glamorous upgrade. It shimmers with iridescent hues, embracing the concept of femininity in a truly modern way. Paired with irresistibly soft knitwear sets that sparkle with metallic threads, these pieces are all about timeless elegance, with a touch of playfulness added on for good measure.

Courtesy of Amina Zaher
Courtesy of Amina Zaher

Even the legendary Lady Dior bag gets a golden overhaul. This season, it’s a luxurious echo of the Spring-Summer 2024 ready-to-wear collection. Delicate florals and the captivating Toile de Jouy Soleil, a shimmering gold macramé-inspired pattern, dance across its surface, adding a touch of charm. But the magic doesn’t stop there. The Lady D-Joy transforms into a masterclass in craftsmanship. This season, it’s a mesmerizing gradient, a dance from black to gold, adorned with either crinkled silver leather or beautiful plant motifs – a testament to Dior’s unwavering dedication to detail.

The brilliance doesn’t stop at handbags. The footwear collection is a sparkling playground. Imagine the iconic J’Adior pumps, transformed into dazzling nightlights with a cascade of rhinestones. The Dway mules offer a touch of understated luxury, perfect for those who prefer a quieter kind of shine. And for the fashion-forward, the Walk’N’Dior sneakers, finished with the signature cannage motif, add a modern edge to the collection.

The Dior Or Capsule is a portal to a world of shimmering confidence, crafted by the brand’s finest. Let Dior light up your month. For more information, visit here.

Leen is a writer, designer and creative director, holding a fashion design degree from ESMOD. She is currently pursuing an MBA in fashion management, specializing in luxury, in Paris. Living in various Western and Eastern locales, Leen writes on fashion, culture, and lifestyle at KHAMSA as she interns in the editorial department.
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