DIOR TAKES FLIGHT
DIOR X RIMOWA
Kim Jones has taken Dior Men on a whirlwind adventure since he took the reins of the label’s menswear creative direction last year, enrolling some of his closest allies and friends to create exciting collaborations, from Tokyo-based designer Yoon Ahn, who now fronts the men’s jewelry department, to collaborations with artists Raymond Pettibon, Alex Foxton, or Daniel Arsham. This time, the fashion wunderkind has teamed up with luggage manufacturer Rimowa to release a series of some of the German house’s signature hard-case accessories, as seen earlier this year at the Dior Men SS20 space-meets-desert collection.
With five aluminum silhouettes, both the ‘Cabin’, ‘Trunk’, and ‘Hand Case’ are embossed with the brand’s ‘Dior Oblique’ motif, a trademark logo invented by Marc Bohan in the 1960s for the House’s first luggage, and will be available in silver, matte black and gradated blue. The ‘Personal’, a smaller portable version, comes in an additional pink color (our favorite, always). But that’s not it. There’s also a ‘Champagne Case’, made exclusively by special order that features a space on top for your finest bottle of bubbly. Put it right at the top of your Christmas wish list.
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