Beatrice Borromeo, Dior ambassador, with the iconic Book Tote bag: her fall reads

Beatrice Borromeo, ambassador of the house of Dior, reveals to us her favorite readings to put in her timeless and iconic Dior Book Tote bag. An encounter between writing and fashion, in the heart of the emblematic Jousseaume bookstore, in the Vivienne Gallery in Paris.

Beatrice, wife of Pierre Casiraghi, son of Princess Caroline of Monaco and nephew of Albert II of Monaco, is a documentary producer and director. The Italian aristocrat reveals to us her most striking literary memories: from the Italian novel Historyby Elsa Morante, and The Wrong Skyby Silvia Truzzi, to the moving A thousand splendid suns, by Khaled Hosseini.

In the course of her (re)discoveries, Beatrice also leafs through the pages of When Nietzsche cried, by Irvin D. Yalom, where the resonances with psychoanalysis and philosophy are multiple. An ode to the power of books, a reflection of Dior’s passion for creation in all its forms.