Dior Drops Its CD1 Chunky Sneakers With a Tie-Dye Print Inspired by Daniel Arsham's Art
Add a splash of color to your designer lineup.
Following its latest Newspaper collaboration with Daniel Arsham, Dior has released a new iteration to its classic CD1 running shoe inspired by the contemporary artist’s work. The silhouette arrives in a pink and blue tie-dye print, adding color and dimension to its style.
The chunky pair’s upper has been crafted in smooth calfskin and technical mesh, while the clean white rubber sole features subtle transparent details. Its lacing system arrives in the same stark white hue, adding a subtle element of sportiness to the overall look of the shoe. Rounding out the low-top sneaker‘s design is the fashion house’s logo which can be found on the tongue, midsole, heel and insole.
Elsewhere in footwear, did you hear that the Dior x Nike Air Jordan 1 High sneaker will be limited to 8,500 pairs only?
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Artist @DanielArsham — who collaborated on the set of the #DiorSummer20 show — debuted an off-white newspaper-print lapel coat and short-sleeved silk shirt from the just-presented collection by @MrKimJones. He was accompanied by musician @JBalvin who also donned an all-white custom-made look from the line. Follow our Instagram Stories to hear his feedback on the show. #StarsinDior