Kiko Mizuhara, who recently became Dior Beauty‘s first-ever Asian ambassador, has been tapped to front the House of Dior‘s latest campaign. Paying tribute to Japan, the brand’s Spring/Summer 2018 Tokyo exclusive collection features a number of limited-edition pieces designed in celebration of the Dior Ginza Six boutique’s first anniversary.
From the “Mitzah” silk twill scarf to the Tokyo-specific embroidered logo Book Tote, Dior artistic director Maria Grazia Chiuri‘s newest creations are all drenched in elegance and sophistication. Wearing a black veiled beret and Breton-striped shirt first spotted at the luxury brand’s SS18 runway, the short-haired Kiko channels the memorable ’70s French icons in a très chic editorial shot by photographer Monika Mogi.
In addition to warm weather offerings, the campaign also highlights the all-new DiorQuake pouch debuted during the brand’s Fall/Winter 2018 show. Featuring the vintage Dior Oblique canvas pattern, the handbag is adorned with an oversized “D” charm in beautiful gold tones. Take a closer look at the pieces above, and don’t forget to check out the accompanying campaign video below.
You may visit Dior‘s boutiques in Japan to shop the Tokyo exclusive SS18 capsule collection. The DiorQuake pouch is also available now at the brand’s retail locations in Japan.
While you are here, take a look at Dior’s Fall 2018 collection which is heavily inspired by vintage silhouettes.