Victoria Federica de Marichalar de Borbón is one of the influencers current highlights. The daughter of the Infanta Elena and Jaime de Marichalar has managed to gain a foothold in the fashion sector with her risky and sophisticated looks that follow the trends of the season.
This past weekend, the 22-year-old was one of the star guests at the Dior show in Mexico, where the firm led by Maria Grazia Chiuri presented its Crucero 2024 collection inspired by Frida Kahlo and full of artisan pieces made in states like Chiapas or Oaxaca.
Vic, as her friends call her, did not miss the parade of one of her favorite luxury brands. The it girl He took advantage of his stay in Mexico, hours before the show, to enjoy his free time with a Dior total look that was valued at more than 5,600 euros. De Marichalar wore a tank top white, one of the nineties garments that returned this year and continues to be a trend this spring-summer, which costs 650 euros and which was combined with gray jeans with a worn effect valued at 1,200 euros.
Victoria brought a bag to the parade whose average price is 3,800 euros
But the accessory that made the difference was the lime green bag that belongs to the new collection of the house. Specifically, the Lady D-Joy bag made of lambskin whose average price is 3,800 euros. A shoulder bag with a chain strap that she also wore to the show.
Once again, Victoria opted for a set designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri. repeated tank top white but in this case with the logo on the chest area and combined it with one of the suits from the firm’s new collection that called attention for its multicolored flower print.
In addition, the oriental-style jacket, with the mandarin collar and the so characteristic knot buttons. The pants also stood out for their style athleisurewith rubber at the waist to be much more comfortable.
The young woman completed the outfit with flat black sandals and her long hair collected in an informal ponytail. As for her makeup, she preferred to use bronzing powders to achieve the good-looking effect and a touch of blush.