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With its precious diamond-set bezel, crown, buckle, and four diamond hour markers, this watch designed by @VictoiredeCastellane takes us deep into the heart of Swiss watchmaking savoir-faire and the captivating world of Dior Fine Jewellery.

Designed to mimic a satin ribbon, the 'La D de Dior Satine' watch by #DiorJoaillerie Creative Director @VictoiredeCastellane is fitted with a steel bracelet in Milanese mesh so flexible it wraps the wrist sinuously - here with its newest pink or white mother-of-pearl, or black or red lacquered dial. ⠀

Get the party started on your wrist this holiday season with this new version of the 'La D de Dior Satine' watch by @VictoiredeCastellane! Glowing with a flamboyant red dial and lustrous rose gold, this sleek timepiece accentuates the contrast between materials and color, as well as traditional masculine and feminine codes.

For the Mexican photographer Ruth Prieto Arenas, colors have a meaning and the ability to tell stories. And for #DiorMagazine she took the #DiorCruise 2019 collection by #MariaGraziaChiuri and, placing it in the country that inspired its luscious embroideries and full-on femininity, evoked a tale that taps into the very identity that is Mexico.⠀
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With an exquisite sense of color and an understanding of the power of place, for #DiorMagazine the Mexican photographer Ruth Prieto Arenas shot the #DiorCruise 2019 collection by #MariaGraziaChiuri in her native country, the land whose dense decoration and unapologetically feminine escaramuza horsewomen proved such an inspiration to our Creative Director.⠀
© Ruth Preito Arenas

Under the harsh sunlight of a Mexican street, photographer Pia Elizondo is shooting the #DiorCruise 2019 collection by #MariaGraziaChiuri for #DiorMagazine. With an intuitive method of working, she describes her approach as that of a 'voyeur', and it’s only during the editing process that she draws out the visual story she's decided to tell. ⠀
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Shooting the #DiorCruise 2019 collection by #MariaGraziaChiuri for #DiorMagazine, Mexican photographer Pia Elizondo employs a magpie-like sense of inquisitiveness, pulling back the surfeit of endlessly voluminous toile de Jouy and striped skirts to reveal a spate of treasures, such as the embroidered 'Mini Lady Dior', the 'Diorcamp' laced rubber boots, and a black calfskin #DiorSaddle bag gleaming beneath the Mexico sun.⠀
© Pia Elizondo

In keeping with the shooting of #DiorMagazine editorials in Mexico focusing on the equestrian-themed #DiorCruise 2019 collection by #MariaGraziaChiuri, photographer Flor Garduño explains that she has an ingrained love of horses and for five years was, in fact, herself an escaramuza - one of the Mexican horsewomen who proved such an inspiration to our Creative Director.⠀
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The drama and folklore of Mexico and the allure of equestrianism are captured by Mexican photographer Flor Garduño who shot the #DiorCruise 2019 collection by #MariaGraziaChiuri for #DiorMagazine. In black-and-white, she treats each scene like a still life, with key designs such as the 'Diorodeo' boot or the 'Walk'n'Dior' toile de Jouy sneakers acquiring a hushed authority.⠀
© @FlorGardunoPhotography

Paola Vivas loves two things - photography and horses. Which is serendipitous, as the Mexican photographer was clearly an intuitive choice to shoot the equestrian-themed #DiorCruise 2019 collection by #MariaGraziaChiuri in Mexico City for #DiorMagazine. Here she speaks about how she started out in her profession as she lenses a story inspired by the escaramuzas, the exquisitely-dressed Mexican horsewomen who were one of the collection's key references. ⠀
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The romance of Mexico is channeled by the Mexican photographer Paola Vivas, who shot the #DiorCruise 2019 collection by #MariaGraziaChiuri for #DiorMagazine. For her, the clean architecture and bright colors of Cuadra San Cristóbal, the Modernist house designed by Luis Barragan in Mexico City, provides the backdrop to the full volumes of an unmistakably feminine silhouette.⠀
© @PaolaVivasphotography

From #DiorSaddle belts in monochrome leather to straw hats wrapped in a ribbon of embroidered flowers atop dresses with voluminous skirts and jewellery lapped with a menagerie of fauna, the #DiorCruise 2019 collection by #MariaGraziaChiuri represents an ode to Mexico. Here, it is being lensed by Mexican photographer Paola Vivas in a striking location in the capital city for the current issue of #DiorMagazine.⠀
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