Take Dior, for instance.
The most iconic brands have always been rooted in a sense of escapism, evoking the floodgates for emotion and inspiration.
Take the timeless Dior, for instance. Dior has always stood as a brand that simultaneously created content that was both aspirational yet nostalgic, like the best sorts of escapism.
The posterchild of Dior will always be the “it” girl; you know what I mean. Any woman bold enough to wear Dior plays a leading role in her own life and when she walks into a room, you know she’s there. The clothes are loud and yet you get the sense that even in spite of that, they whisper.
Yes, the iconic Dior whisper.
But I digress.
Partnering with Dior Parfums on their recent What Would You Do For Love? campaign was quite the affirmation of continuing to create through my subjective lens, rooted in visual escapism, femininity, and exploring both the nostalgic and aspirational.
So, in the spirit of love and escapism, come join us for this conversation.
Photography by yours truly.
Maximalist Jacket and Golden Scarf (worn as top) via Daisy Del Sol, an online vintage boutique based in Brooklyn, New York.
Necklaces via 31 Bits, an ethical jewelry brand providing work opportunities for artisans in Bali and Uganda.