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The Lady Dior Collection has existed for a very long time, yet it’s still expanding. I guess innovation in the fashion world never ends, the sky is the limit.

Lately Dior has been experimenting and designing new handbags, which gave rise of new Lady Dior accessories. We have featured every one of them and here’s a list of our favorites:

  • Lady Dior Wallet Compact Wallet
  • Lady Dior Voyageur Wallet
  • Lady Dior Yen Wallet
  • Lady Dior Wallet On Chain Pouch
  • Lady Dior Wallet On Chain Bag

And today the French Fashion House created another new wallet; it’s called the Lady Dior Continental Walletfor the Cruise 2018 Collection.

The Design


This beautiful wallet has a rectangle shape and it comes with a flap. The overall look should look minimalistic, but it’s made with canyon grained lambskin. This new type of leather creates a crumpling effect, much like the aged calfskin of Reissue 2.55 Bag of Chanel, which makes you feel like its been worn.



The crumpling effect erases the minimalistic appeal and adds a touch of vintage to it. The side is attached with the new DIOR charm, which is purposely made in aged gold hardware to match the leather. This charm is also stiff while the original DIOR charm is smooth. We do think the stiffness matches better to this design.

The Interior


This is a medium-sized wallet with spacious interior. Inside you will find 12 card slots, 2 gusset compartments, 2 flat pockets and 1 zipped pocket.

The Sizes And Prices

Measuring 19 x 10.5 cm, priced at €700 euro, £660 GBP via Dior boutiques.

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h:ours party dresses at REVOLVEDiscover h:ours‘ party dresses

Ever since launching its h:ours collection earlier this year, REVOLVE continues to hit it out of the park with the line’s new arrivals. The in-house brand focuses on party-ready styles perfect for those nighttime events. Whether you are looking for a sequin-embellished style, plunging neckline or metallic fabrics; these dresses will certainly garner attention. See our picks from h:ours’ latrst designs below, and discover more at

Related: See Michael Costello & REVOLVE’s Party Dresses


h:ours Avery Dress $188h:ours ‘Avery’ Dress $188
Be the life of the party in a multicolored sequined dress featuring padded shoulders.h:ours Darcy Dress $168h:ours ‘Darcy’ Dress $168
With a plunging neckline, this metallic dress includes draped fabric at the front.
h:ours Kelsey Dress in Burgundy $158h:ours ‘Kelsey’ Dress in Burgundy $158
This long-sleeved dress features lace-up detail from the front to back for a show of skin.h:ours Marisol Dress $148h:ours ‘Marisol’ Dress $148
A one-shoulder dress comes in a glittery fabric with ruched detail.h:ours Lilith Dress in Dark Red $148h:ours ‘Lilith’ Dress in Dark Red $148
Dance the night away in a metallic dress featuring an elasticized waist and adjustable shoulder straps.h:ours Taylor Cut Out Dress $168h:ours ‘Taylor’ Cut Out Dress $168
The little black dress gets a sexy update with a cut-out accent at the front.h:ours Noemie Dress $238h:ours ‘Noemie’ Dress $238
A strapless beaded dress will have you shining bright with its pink and black embroideries.

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Supermodel Gigi Hadid strikes a pose on the January 2018 cover of Vogue Germany. Photographed by Patrick Demarchelier, the blonde beauty wears a customized bodysuit from Versace. In the accompanying editorial, Gigi wears colorful looks from the Italian fashion brand. Stylist Sarajane Hoare dresses the American stunner in a mix of gilded gowns, casual denim and printed blouses.

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Chanel has just figured out a new way to poke our bag obsession. They are now converting the topic of each collection into a beautiful charm. Last season they introduced the Chanel O Cases with Cosmo Charm and now for the Cruise 2018 Collection, they have released the Chanel Chevron O Cases with Ancient Greek Charm.

The Design


Just like the Classic Flap Bag, the Chanel O Case is one of the house’s classic handbags. So it doesn’t need any introduction. But we do like to note that besides the new embellished charm, the Chanel O Case for this season has been slightly altered.


The most important change is the new leather; these Chanel O Cases have been made in grained lambskin. Now we’re familiar with the smooth and soft lambskin, but grained lambskin? It’s perhaps Chanel’s new experiment so you can enjoy both the softness and the luxurious feel of the grain.


The center is crafted with the signature CC logo but in vintage gold hardware. This bag is refined with Chevron Quilting, which looks as beautiful as the Diamond Quilting version. It also comes with a new limited edition Ancient-Greek-Inspired charm, which is only available for this season. The symbols on the charm include the Greek Temple mirroring the famous Parthenon, which was built in dedication to the goddess Athena (the virgin Goddess of Wisedom). The little owl is also known as the Athene Noctua, which traditionally accompanies Goddess Athena or Minerva.

The Interior

The interior of this Chanel O Case is just like the other versions. Inside you will find one large space to store your basic stuff.

The Sizes And Prices

Style code A82545, measuring 7.9’ x 10.8’ x 0.4’ inches, priced at $1100 USD, $1550 CAD, €1105 euro, £1020 GBP, $1860 SGD, 146880 JPY, 5850 MYR via Chanel boutiques.

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Fur was long a sign of luxury and status. But as we move into the 21st century, it has become more of a faux pas to wear. With luxury fashion houses such as Gucci recently announcing the decision to go fur free, using animal skin is quickly  becoming antiquated. Other fashion brands such as Armani, Hugo Boss and Ralph Lauren have also gone fur free in recent years.

Gucci’s announcement made in October 2017 caused major headlines around the globe. “Gucci going fur free is a huge game changer. For this powerhouse to end the use of fur because of the cruelty involved will have a huge ripple effect throughout the world of fashion. A staggering 100 million animals a year still suffer for the fur industry, but that can only be sustained for as long as designers continue to use fur and consumers purchase it,” says Kitty Block, president of Humane Society International.

Model wears fur coat on Gucci's fall-winter 2017 runwayModel wears fur coat on Gucci's fall-winter 2017 runway


Fur is losing popularity amongst luxury brands and there are multiple factors to explain why. Animal rights activists groups such as PETA and Respect for Animals have pushed for brands to stop using fur for years now. “Technology is now available that means you don’t need to use fur,” Gucci CEO Marco Bizzarri told Vogue. “The alternatives are luxurious. There is just no need.”

Let’s look into the specifics of Gucci’s recent announcement. The brand will be fur free by the spring 2018 season. For the past ten years, the company has invested into synthetic leathers as well as more sustainable resources. Likewise, Gucci will auction off its remaining animal fur items with proceeds going to animal rights organizations.

Another reason for more fashion brands moving away from fur can be linked to consumers themselves. If you go to a Facebook or Twitter page for brand which uses fur or tests cosmetic products on animals, you will often see consumers writing comments expressing their disappointment. Additionally, a focus on the environment is more important for the millennial consumer. And the group is said to count for more than half of Gucci’s customers.

Stella McCartney champions faux leather in fall-winter 2017 campaign

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Anna Mila Guyenz heads to the great outdoors for the November 2017 issue of Costume Magazine. Captured by Oliviia Frolich, the blonde beauty lives the simple life in the sun-drenched shots. Stylist Camilla Larsson dresses Anna Mila in knit sweaters, oversized jackets and loose-fitting pants. For beauty, the German model keeps it natural with tousled tresses and understated makeup.

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