Oct 02, 2017 | By Carlene Thomas Bailey
Dior have launched a one-off accessories line in collaboration with conceptual German artist Anselm Reyle. This colorful collection uses camouflage prints and fluorescent tones to create a fresh departure from Dior’s more well-known association with classic pieces executed in soft feminine tones.
Handbags, shoes and jewellery are transformed by Reyle’s interest in developing existing things and modifying them into a new context. Neon camouflage is seen on Dior‘s wedges and scarves as an all-over pattern whilst the brand’s signature top stitch on clutch bags is updated with a shiny metallic thread. The collaboration works to inject some playfulness into Winter wardrobes and of course the Dior brand itself.
Images via www.dazeddigital.com
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