July 4, 2022

In 2015, Lyuu Hoffmann picked up their first classic Dior fixer-upper, a pink Indirect Trotter Bowling bag coated in the home’s signature emblem print. They shortly fell in love with the restoration course of, discovering cool beat-up baggage and bringing them again to life. One bag grew to become a set, and in 2018, struggling to search out work, Hoffmann launched a Depop hoping to promote a number of the restored finds.

“On the time, the Dior print had not been revived but by Maria Grazia Chiuri, and [still] it bought in per week. I bought hooked,” Hoffmann says.

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