The Sweet Escape: Vespa 946 Christian Dior Scooter

The Sweet Escape: Vespa 946 Christian Dior Scooter

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The Sweet Escape: Vespa 946 Christian Dior Scooter

Savor early fall sunshine with a whimsical offering from Dior.

Savor early fall sunshine with a whimsical offering from Dior.

Text: Trishna Rikhy

In the past few years, team-ups between storied brands and fashion houses have become a welcome highlight of the season. Yet the house of Dior embraces collaboration with distinct ingenuity—and more than a little Parisian insouciance.

The Dior x Air Jordan was a phenomenon that brought together the worlds of streetwear and high fashion, and, fresh off debuting a cool monogrammed skateboard for spring, the French house teams up with Vespa for a trio of limited-edition creations, designed through a contemporary lens for a new, fearless form of fashion collaboration.

The Vespa 946 Christian Dior scooter pays homage to the rich heritage of each brand with a Dior’s Oblique motif emblazoned across Vespa’s infallible construction. Built for a refined odyssey, passion and triumph go hand-in-hand with the savoir-faire design made in Italy, streamlined with the curves and grace built into Vespa’s designs.

As well as a chic helmet, a boxy top case is also available in the same Oblique fabric, which hasn’t aged a day since its debut in 1967. (After all, no road trip is complete without somewhere to stash your Saddle Bag.) With Vespa’s hopeful wanderings united with Dior’s everlasting sleekness, the roads that lie ahead await only you.

Check out the Dior x Vespa Scooter in action, below!

Credits: Makeup Lilly Pollan Hair Ashley Lynn Hall (Atelier Management), Annahstasia Enuke (Muse) Executive Producer Jonathan Biebl (Go Atticus) Producer Mike Moretti (Go Atticus) Photo assistant Keith Hedgecock Production assistant Christina Mitchell (Go Atticus)

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