Although fashion shows little sign of slowing down, with multiple luxury brands announcing plans to take their shows on a global tour next month, launching a beach-ready collection without a nod to sustainability would feel backwards in the current day and age. On that note, Dior Men's have launched a capsule featuring environmentally conscious beachwear in collaboration with the organisation Parley for the Oceans.
The network Parley for the Oceans addresses man-made threats on the sea, and have been working with Dior since 2019. A new Dior Men's capsule, designed by artistic director Kim Jones, is made using fabrics created with Parley for the Oceans, incorporating upcycled fishing gear and plastic debris from the sea to create jacquard, a mesh knit and a technical canvas. Available in ocean blues and burnt oranges, the range includes polo shirts and a Parley Ocean Plastic® Silk Blend shirt, swim shorts, bucket hats and waterbottles. The B-23 sneaker is reimagined in the Dior Oblique print, created from a fabric made from Parley Ocean Plastic. Don't miss the graphic jewellery by Yoon Ambush and Dior flippers you didn't know you needed.