Push sartorial boundaries
Dior eyeglasses allow wearers to express their creative freedom - large, retro shapes have been reimagined for the modern-day wearer.
The Parisian style brought to the world
Depicting the essence of young, Parisian inspired sophistication, Dior is known for its ability to find new ways to express luxury. The glasses are no different. Each pair of spectacles are crafted in Italy and come with precious cases. The brand has also invested great time and energy into their novel designs, which use innovative materials and treatments to set them apart.
How it began
Christian Dior SE, simply known as Dior, was founded in 1946 by its namesake French fashion designer, Christian Dior. Dior’s first collection launched in 1947 and was so influential even current designers like Vivienne Westwood and Miuccia Prada still cite it as a direct inspiration. From this point on and until Dior’s death in the 50s, the brand continued to pave its own distinct path in fashion. Continuing Dior’s legacy, the Maison selected trailblazers to lead the fashion house, including a 21-year-old Yves Saint-Laurent, John Galliano, and now the current (and first female) director Maria Grazia Chiuri. The brand has been releasing revolutionary eyewear products since the 1970s.
Embrace your creative spirit
Creative freedom is what drives the Dior brand, which is exactly why they design eyeglasses in a range of shapes and silhouettes. Lightweight metal aviators, tortoiseshell cat-eye frames or oversized square-frame glasses that are straight from the 1970s - these are glasses that are confident in their style choices and let the wearer do the same. Details such as the ‘CD’ on the hinge or the ‘Dior’ signature made from bent metal on the arm add a clear sign about your fashion leanings.