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  • FashionableLena

    I like the inclusion of the old Dior monogram. I’ve been stalking them on eBay. Not a big fan of the Dior nameplate. It’s like they’re trying to capitalize on what Gucci is doing. Works for Gucci because they’re bringing back a vintage logo. For Dior, it’s not working.

    Dior has always been ladylike with an edge, but I’m not getting that here. I understand that they want to try new things, but all I’m seeing is an amalgamation of other design houses.

    • Sparkletastic

      Completely agree. None of this is ladylike. She seems to have abandoned that. The nameplate even smacks of Moschino. Just blech! I don’t feel she knows the Dior customer.

  • Sparky

    DO NOT like the monogram. Bags too chunky for my taste. They don’t look “Dior” to me.

  • LOLA

    As Valentino seems to get better and better, things seems to got worse at Dior. Those bags are not even fun…

  • bellebellebelle189

    I’m glad I got my vintage trotter when I did! I wonder how much one of those separate pattern straps would cost…I only paid $100 for my vintage Dior though, and I bet a new strap would be that many times over.

  • Kate

    The nameplate is a tacky travesty. It’s unfortunate to see Dior go in this direction.

  • notbasic

    I am in the minority here but I love them. LOVE. It took me awhile to go over to the dark side of the new Dior, but I am here and loving it. The quality of the new items is off the charts, and they are all thoughtfully designed, edgy, eclectic, a little grunge 90’s. Definitely a few of these are on my list!!!

  • A

    She is negating all the progress that Ras Simons made with the brand.

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  • Sparkletastic

    Just yuk. These designs are all over the place and NONE of them say Dior. The worst is bringing back the canvas mono. No wait, it’s the clunky gold Dior on the bags. No maybe it’s the awkward shapes and proportions.

    Oh…no….it’s all awful.

  • Passerine

    I would consider a dark blue Lady Dior bag. For the rest, no. Do not like the DIOR logo in those ugly, blocky, all-caps letters.

  • B.S.

    Am I the only one who thinks that slides 7 and 8 look like Coach bags from the early 2000’s?