"DiorClub1" visor from the Spring-Summer 2018 show. The black and white frame is adorned with the “J’adior” signature, while the grey, transparent visor recalls the colourful world of the collection. The elastic, woven with the inscription “Christian Dior", is adjustable, guaranteeing comfortable wear. The visors shields against both UVA and UVB rays.
Embodied by Sasha Pivovarova in the spring-summer 2018 ready-to-wear campaign, the DiorClub2 sunglasses are inspired by an experimental series of works, Les Tirs, by the artist Niki de Saint Phalle. Designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri in a square shape with gilt metal details, they’re engraved with star motifs, one of Christian Dior’s lucky charms. In black, blue or tortoiseshell, their frame holds lenses in gray, blue, yellow, fuchsia or mirrored silver, while the detachable visor is inscribed “J’adior”.
Inspired by one of artist Niki de Saint Phalle’s major works, the DiorClub3 sunglasses have fun melding masculine and feminine codes. Referencing the eyewear sported by the artist when carrying out Les Tirs, her rifle-based series of experimental works, the DiorClub3 sunglasses revisit the classic pilot shape. Their masculine inspiration is subtly tweaked with feminine details. The lenses, in tangy shades of yellow, fuchsia and blue, seem to extend along the cut-out frame engraved with a star motif, a favorite of Christian Dior.
Worn by Sasha Pivovarova in the spring-summer 2018 ready-to-wear campaign, the DiorClub1 visor references one of Niki de Saint Phalle's major artworks.
Inspired by a series of experimental works, Les Tirs, by Niki de Saint Phalle, the DiorClub1 visor was designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri for the spring-summer 2018 ready-to-wear collection. With it she evokes the protective eyewear worn by the artist to carry out performances in which she shot at paint-filled balloons with a rifle.
Available in black and in bright hues – yellow, orange and blue – which allude to the artist’s color-drenched output, the accessories feature the inscription “J’adior”. The founding couturier's name, Christian Dior, can also be found, woven in large characters on the rear elastic.