• The iconic Dior Saddle bag is reinterpreted in a "rodeo" take, with a stirrup handle connecting its two parts. The new Dior Hit the Road backpack is adorned with the Dior and Cactus Jack Oblique motif, which boldly redesigns the Dior Oblique canvas with the name Jack.

  • Also punctuating the collection, the Dior Lock briefcases add an ultramodern, graphic vibe, patterned with the House’s signature archive CD Diamond motif from the1970s. Must-have colored micro-bags complete the silhouettes, worn layered up or on the arm like a bracelet.


  • Hybrid hats by Stephen Jones – fusing a French "bob" with an American cap – featured the Dior Oblique motif or vibrant shades like fluorescent green. Paired with shirts, the hats featured irresistible messages like “If you can read this I must love you to let you this close,” signed with the Dior logo reinvented by Travis Scott.

Sportswear Attitude

  • The B713 sneakers – named after the area code of Houston, the hometown of Travis Scott – are one of the show’s must-haves. Inspired by the skateboarding universe of the 1990s, and featuring the new CD Diamond signature, they are paired with flared pants or Bermuda shorts. Other footwear highlights include the H-Town sandals that evoke summer escapades, fusing myriad textures and exceptional materials or sporting the Dior and Cactus Jack Oblique motif.

Touches of Audacity

  • Brooches complete the looks designed by Kim Jones and are worn on the fronts of jackets as well as on the collars of shirts and sweaters. Cacti, the "CD" initials and other symbols of this unique collaboration also punctuate the collection’s jewelry, including mono-buckles and rings. The final surprise is a piece of fine jewelry especially created by Victoire de Castellane, a first for the House’s men’s collections.

©Jackie Nickerson