Dior revives the Dioressence stiletto


Dior revives the Dioressence stiletto

This is the coolest throwback of all

By Sara Shah  January 12th, 2016

Dior throws way, way back to 1959 with the launch of the Dioressence stiletto. The new Dior pumps are a reinterpretation of the classic heels, which featured in the brand’s 1959 Spring/Summer collection. Dior maintained the essence of the structure – the sexy arch – but the shoe has been upgraded with a deeper cut in the front, a more pointed toe and a longer heel to accentuate the sensual curve of your legs. 

The classic black and pink numbers are very much around, but now it’s also available in daring shades of ochre, military green, cognac, Trafalgar red, bronze, white, anthracite gray and varied hues of blues. 

 

The new Dior stiletto

Introducing Dioressence, our newest iconic stiletto, which revisits a classic presented in the Dior Spring-Summer 1959 collection. Entirely lapped in leather, which naturally accentuates its finesse, the shoe’s sensually low-cut front and pointed toe lengthen the leg and emphasize the arch of the instep.

Posted by Dior on Monday, 11 January 2016

 

Also, step inside the atelier and watch how the classic pumps get made: 

Photographer: Marton Perlaki