Featuring unconventional cutouts, cotton candy pastels and comfy cotton dresses.
This was not the black-tie affair we've come to expect from the American designer.
From sporty Velcro sandals to modern ballet flats.
The see now buy now collection features seashell-encrusted cowboy boots (!) and natural dyes.
"We're living in a world and at a time that is already largely digitally native," says Virgil Abloh. "I wanted to capture what it is to be human at this very moment."
It's his first time officially designing not only womenswear, but also haute couture.
With no red carpets or galas, the designer moves his attention to other parts of the couture client's wardrobe.
It was a welcome return to form for the French house.
We're seeing a lot of very happy clients in Dior's future.
J.Lo, Michael B. Jordan and more get personal in the ad spot.
"Shape, silhouette and volume, the beauty of the bare bones of clothing stripped back to its essence — a world charged with emotion and human connection."
There are three "books" and a record, which tell the story of how the line was made.
The designer talks the uniquely personal story behind his latest collection.
Photographer Daniel Shea captured the line to create a "love letter to New York."
Steven Cateron, a veteran of Club Monaco, talks about infusing the vintage-inspired line with a modern sensibility.
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