This classic has been loved by many figures such as Princess Diana for decades. The Lady Dior handbag (previously called the Chouchou) is a timeless silhouette that has been treasured for many years. It was first introduced in 1995. The iconic piece was first seen on the arm of Princess Diana in 1995, during the opening of the Paul Cezanne retrospective at Paris’ Grand Palais.
According to the brand, Lady Di was gifted the accessory by the French fashion house. The silhouette became her go-to bag “because it fit [her] well,” she said. The Lady Dior was born from the Chouchou.
The bag, made from lambskin and featuring Cannage stitching, reflects the label’s vision for elegance and beauty. The handle’s gold-finish metal “D.I.O.R.” charms add an elegant touch. The bag can be carried by hand, worn over the shoulder, or cross-body.
You can see how Lady Dior’s iconic piece is made and then go to Dior’s website for a wide selection of colors and sizes.