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Modern Pair of Christian Dior (pre-owned and never worn) Vibrant Orange acrylic mules, with metal initials C&D on shoe with embroidered floral leather strap. Heel height 3 1/2″.  I have no box or the dust cover for shoes. But they are absolutely beautiful.

Excellent condition; Has light mark on side of shoe(s), nothing major, please review pictures 6 and 7, as I zoomed in on the imperfections. Picture 8 shows the blemish of picture 7, you can event see it. I try to be as descriptive as possible, so there are no surprises.

History of Christian Dior: Legendary fashion designer Christian Dior was born in northern France in 1905. In 1947, Dior exploded onto the Paris fashion scene with designs that flew in the face of wartime restrictions and reintroduced a femininity and focus on luxury to women’s fashion. His resulting success, based on the innovation of both his designs and his business practices, made him the most successful fashion designer in the world. His designs have been worn by film stars and royalty alike, and his company continues to operate at the forefront of the fashion industry. Dior died in Montecatini, Italy, in 1957, at the age of 52.

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