Alongside the now-iconic B23 sneakers, Dior introduced new silhouettes, like translucent boots inspired by the uniform of seasonal artist collaborator Daniel Arsham. Arsham’s unique dye experimentation and Future Relic series also inspired the special treatment applied to several pairs running sneakers and the RIMOWA bags, along with the crumbling “DIOR” logo that accents a small leather duffle and Saddle bag.
Meanwhile, the Oblique Logo appeared on all manner of accessories, from shoes to bags to wallets, with Yoon‘s all-caps “DIOR” rings also given Arsham’s distressed treatment. The line’s most expensive clothes were also on hand, which included a striking, micro-pleated bomber and a zippered shirt with exquisite, hand-drawn artwork. These items were joined by other goods that sported another seasonal motif: a historic newspaper print. The aged nature of the pattern was a natural counterpart to Arsham’s more sculptural items, which included a decomposing cap and an odd, futuristic take on the Walkman.
Check out Dior SS20’s opulent items above and relive the presentation below.
Elsewhere during Paris Fashion Week, Williams debuted the latest from 1017 ALYX 9SM.