Dior’s CD1 Chunky Sneaker Is Brought To Life With Splashes Of Tie-Dye Print
Inspired by the art of Daniel Arsham.
Dior has dropped a trippy iteration of its iconic CD1 sneaker inspired by the art of American contemporary artist Daniel Arsham. The low-tops arrive in pink and blue tie-dye print, adding colorand dimension to the upper.
The silhouette is crafted in smooth calfskin and technical mesh, while sat atop a chunky rubber sole with transparent inserts and a black outsole. To finish off the classic design, Dior’s signature logo is seen on the tongue, heel, and outsole for added flex.
The Dior CD1 Tie-Dye print sneaker retails for USD $1,150 and is now available on Dior’s website.
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