The artistic director Dior, Maria Grazia Chiuri, has given free access to 11 women artists coming from the four corners of the world, to reinvent the legendary bag, My Lady Dior.
These artists of various nationalities have reinvented the bag My Lady Dior, symbol of elegance, glamour and iconic accessory of the Parisian Maison: My Lady Dior, from form sober and geometrical, has now become also an object d'ART.
Morgane Tschiember, sculptor, painter, photographer and video maker french, has decided to interweave the bag in a cell made of ropes, a direct reference to ancestral art japanese of shibari, a sexual practice that entails a limitation of one or more partners linking them with thin strings.
The Bag My Lady Dior, explains the artist Morgane Tschiember, resumed the technique of nodes used by Japanese Samurai, in fact the shibari kinbaku or is a japanese discipline that consists in bonding a person in an erotic context.
Has evolved with the techniques of hojōjutsu, a martial art born to immobilize the prisoners of war. Despite being born as sexual practice today is performed by some also as a form of relaxation or as artistic form of living sculpture, as Morgane Tschiember has skillfully used in the iconic accessory of the maison Dior thus giving life to a new era for this bag timeless.