Dior puts its best foot forward by bringing back a part of its history. The French couture house Christian Dior unveils the  Dioressence stiletto. Inspired by the shape of a Dior pump released in 1959, the new Dior pumps also share their name with the spicy oriental, Chypre fragrance that was launched in 1979. dioressence_4Designed to add a few inches as well as a sensual attitude to a woman’s stature, the new Dior footwear flatters the limbs with low-cut front and a towering heel. Its design is the culmination of an idea developed over more than sixty years.dioressence_2Exclusively designed to enhance the feminine poise as well as the curve of the leg, the unique Dior heel is entirely clad in leather. The shoe’s décolleté and its extremely pointed toe serve to lengthen the leg and exaggerate the arch of the instep.dioressence_1Boasting of the subtly flaring stiletto heel, the new Dioressence reinterprets a classic design, from the Dior spring-summer 1959 collection, with a modern touch. A single pair of Dioressence require more than one hundred steps of production.dioressence_5Paying tribute to Christian Dior’s words, “A touch of color is enough to change your appearance” and to add more color to every step a Dior lady takes, the Dioressence pump is offered in a palette of colors. The large choice of colors include black, the most elegant of colors according to Christian Dior, and pale pink, which he considered “the color of happiness and femininity”.dior_mirror Dior also dares divas to wear the shades of ochre, military green, cognac, “Trafalgar” red, bronze, white, anthracite gray, as well as inky blue, azure, navy and other midnight shades up their feet.dioressence_3It can also be ordered in different materials like satiny lambskin, patent or iridescent calf.

The making of Dioressence –