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Since its debut in 1995, the Lady Dior bag has remained a hallmark in the fashion house’s lineup. The Lady Dior bag became synonymous with the woman it was named after—Lady Diana, Princess of Wales—thanks to its elegance, playfulness, and beauty. Leaning into the bag’s playful side, Dior launched a new video series titled In My Lady where various personalities give viewers a glimpse of what they fit into the quilted lambskin tote. First up: Liza Koshy.
Captured at Dior’s fall/winter 2020-2021 show by Maria Grazia Chiuri, Koshy greets viewers in a head-to-toe powder pink Dior look, punctuated with her Lady D-Lite tote in a dusty rose shade. If you feared that you wouldn’t be able to pack a ton of items in your Lady D-Lite, allow Koshy to change your mind. The first item Koshy pulls out of her bag is a ring light, which can double as an extra light for attendees taking pictures or for the content creator herself to, well, capture more content. “This is how you start a career,” she jokes.
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In true Koshy fashion, she pulls out the unexpected: two pain au chocolats (chocolate croissants). Next, a pair of powder pink Dior sunnies, the actual Dior show invitation (“Who licked this envelope? Maria, herself?”), and a toothbrush to slick down her edges. The contents of Koshy’s bag are as random and practical as you’d expect from the busy creative. Clinical-strength deodorant? Check. A Dior J’adore Eau de Parfum? Obviously. A pen? “In case I need to write down anybody’s number,” she says.
“My relationship with my bag is a little bit like me, a little messy but practical. I have a little bit of everything inside of me—mostly crazy, mostly messy—which is what my bag is,” she says towards the end of the video.
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