The latest drop from Dior Men’s Spring/Summer 2019 collection continues with a range of accessories and sneakers by way of the Dior Oblique logo. The brand’s historic motif – first introduced by Marc Bohan in 1967 – is reinterpreted by Kim Jones, the house’s creative director for the men’s collection, and incorporated onto his current creations. This is the male version of the French house’s iconic saddle bag, updated with belt attachments and rucksack. The “It” bag was first made available in black grained calfskin with white topstitching, and the iconic CD buckle detail.
Adding to the return of the Saddle bag, Jones also reprised the “Roller” bag. This iteration comes with Flanders tapestry canvas with jacquard and leather detail and see-through mesh that can be carried as a pouch or worn as a crossbody bag. These new arrivals, fitted with adjustable straps and the CD buckle that underline the house’s exquisite craftsmanship, have become one of the most sought-after items from this season’s collection.
The distinctive design, shared among other accessories, is also part of the Dior Oblique B24 sneakers. The dashing new kicks available in high and low-top versions brings an elevated street style with references to the brand’s couture aesthetics. Both versions come in white and black Dior Oblique canvas, white ‘Cannage’ detail and “Christian Dior” and “Dior” logos, with a white and black rubber sole finish.
Here’s more on Dior Men’s Spring-Summer collection