Lady Dior (As Seen By) – Art Meets Fashion in These Unique Artist Interpretations for Dior

Published on December 18, 2011 by   ·   1 Comment



50 international artist have joined creative forces to breathe life into an iconic Dior bag during this art exhibition showcasing the Euro-brands class and willingness to mingle fashion and the arts. Each artist developed their own take on the costly bag and then the brand displayed those creations in a museum-like fashion; allowing the world to see just how fly the artist really are i.e. the above bag in a clear ‘ice’ case with an alligator skull inside. The exhibition will be featured in Shanghai at the Plazza 66.

I’d love to hear from anyone who went. In the mean time, check out the gallery below:




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Readers Comments (1)

  1. Bedi says:

    dear Blog

    i love it !!!!!!!!
    i think it would be great to credit each artist,
    the one who shot the woman with the telephone cabin (number 7) is, there’s so many different artist on this project, as David Lynch, Peter Lindbergh….and others on
    many thanks!
    all the best