If a bag doesn’t scream DIOR is it even really Dior?

While other premier designers have steered away from overtly using logos on its new collection bags, Dior has continued to embrace the millennial obsession with in-your-face logos. For 2019, Maria Grazia Chiuri continues to tap into the needs, but mostly wants, of fashion’s youngest consumers. Millennial and Gen Z shoppers continue to be drawn towards insta-worthy fashion, which is exactly what this collection contains.

There were saddle bags and buffalo check printed book totes, which walked alongside flap bags with big and bold gold hardware. If the logos and punk-y plaid bags are any indication, the collection as a whole embraces fashion’s current obsession with 90s fashion. The heavy, logo hardware displayed throughout reads punk-rock grunge, but in the chicest possible way. View all the bags from the runway below.