Bag Thursday: Wild At Heart

Ok, so by now, we are all familiar with the Lady Dior. But you do know about the multicolour python Lady Dior? We didn’t think so.

Let’s throw it back to where it all began for these it-bags. The Lady Dior debuted in 1995, and it has already earned its place as one of the most iconic and sought after bags of our time. It quickly became Princess Diana’s signature handbag, which is why Dior calls it the handbag with a “royal destiny.” And since 1995, Dior has continued to re-invent and update the bag, keeping it at the forefront of fashion.


And if you’ve noticed fewer bags about nowadays, you would be correct. As the years have built up, the exclusivity of the bag has followed. A lot of Dior’s bags could be bought online at third-party retailers such as Neiman Marcus and Saks Fith Avenue, but the French fashion house has since ended all wholesale strategies, opting for a more Chanel/Hermes approach to business, so they can keep tighter control over sales. In fact, Dior bags aren’t sold online at all anymore, and have all together become slightly harder to find in store. Especially if you’re searching for a collectable. Especially if you’re searching for an exotic skin. Unless, of course, you’re opting for pre-owned, in which case you’ve come to the right pace!

Crafted from multi-colored python leather, this Lady Dior features double top handles, a removable and adjustable shoulder strap, D-I-O-R charm hardware on its front and top zip closure. Its spacious interior is lined with leather and houses enough space for your daily necessities. The condition? This rare bag is, overall, in good condition – except for pen ink stain at the bottom of the bag.

Shop the Dior Multi-Colour Python Large Lady Dior Tote US $6,027 at The Luxury Closet


Milli Midwood

Freelance Blogger

Milli is a fashion blogger, tea drinker and sun worshiper, who has called Dubai her home for the last 24 years. Likes dog videos, free WiFi, Gucci and hashtags because they look like waffles.

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