The Lady Dior handbag was created in 1995 and given by the première dame of France to Lady Diana, Princess of Wales. Since then, the Lady Dior has inspired artists all over the world. Outstanding photographers, visual artists and videomakers narrate the story of a mysterious Lady Dior, played by Marion Cotillard, in the major cities of the world, positioning the bag at the apex of the cultural legacy of Maison Dior. From David Lynchto John Cameron Mitchell, Patrick Demarchelierto Arne Quinze, as well as works by Wen Fang, Maarten Baas, Olympia Scarry and Recycle Group, all the way to the creations of the Italian artists Luca Trevisaniand the duo Vedovamazzei. And finishing with the works of Alessandro Carano and Davide Stucchi, winners of the competition for young talents from the Brera Fine Arts Academy in Milan. Over seventy exceptional artworks, on display at the Milan Triennale, as a tribute to this icon of Dior style.