Authentication Support For Dior Handbags Released

Authentication Support For Dior Handbags Released

We are proud to announce authentication brand support for Dior.

Entrupy launches authentication support for Dior handbags and small accessories


With the addition of Dior Luxury handbags, we now offer authentication support for the below brands:

  • Chanel – Lambskin Leather, Caviar Leather, Patent Leather and All Other Materials
  • Prada – Saffiano Leather
  • Gucci – Gucci Canvas, Gucci Supreme Canvas, Guccissima Leather and All Other Materials
  • Fendi – Fendi Canvas, Fendi Coated Canvas, Fendi Leather and All Other Materials
  • Hermès – Clemence Leather, Togo Leather, Epson Leather, Box Calf Leather and All Other Leathers (Exotics Not Included)
  • Céline – All Materials
  • Burberry – All Leathers, Haymarket Check, Exploded Check, Nova Check, Super Nova Check, House Check
  • Louis Vuitton – Monogram Canvas, Epi, Vernis, Damier Ebene, Damier Azur, Damier Graphite
  • Dior – Monogram & Coated Canvas, Calfskin Leather and all Other Materials

From Wikipedia:

Christian Dior, 21 January 1905 – 24 October 1957) was a French fashion designer, best known as the founder of one of the world’s top fashion houses, also called Christian Dior, which is now owned by Groupe Arnault.

Christian Dior died while on holiday in Montecatini, Italy on 24 October 1957. Some reports say that he died of a heart attack after choking on a fish bone. Time’s obituary stated that he died of a heart attack after playing a game of cards. However, one of Dior’s acquaintances, the Paris socialite Baron de Redé, wrote in his memoirs that contemporary rumor was that the heart attack had been caused by a strenuous sexual encounter. As of 2017, the exact circumstances of Dior’s death remain undisclosed.

Fun Fact:

At one time, Christian Dior employed the 19 year old Yves Saint Laurent as a design assistant. With Dior’s passing in 1957, Yves Saint Laurent, now 21, took over as head designer.

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