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WHAT BEACH-BOUND BALLERS WILL BE WEARING ALL SUMMER: Dior’s Beachwear 2021 Collection
Text by Kee | Photos courtesy of Dior and Eddie Wrey
21.05.2021
Dior's Beachwear 2021 collection is Kim Jones' take on influsing a "new, free and joyful energy'
Dior's Beachwear 2021 collection is Kim Jones' take on influsing a "new, free and joyful energy'
Dior's Beachwear 2021 collection is Kim Jones' take on influsing a "new, free and joyful energy'
Dior's Beachwear 2021 collection is Kim Jones' take on influsing a "new, free and joyful energy'
Dior's Beachwear 2021 collection is Kim Jones' take on influsing a "new, free and joyful energy'
Dior's Beachwear 2021 collection is Kim Jones' take on influsing a "new, free and joyful energy'
Dior's Beachwear 2021 collection is Kim Jones' take on influsing a "new, free and joyful energy'
Dior's Beachwear 2021 collection is Kim Jones' take on influsing a "new, free and joyful energy'
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Yes, you’re finally going somewhere. And by somewhere, we mean heading to the edge of your location where the water meets the sand. You remember that place don’t you? But hold on, don’t just return to the shoreline this season looking like you’re still reminiscing about lost moments in 2020, or worse, look like a recap of 2019. The least you could do is to put some effort into your chill-wear even if said items are just a pair of swim shorts, espadrilles and nothing else. Put that extra budget into good use by capitalising on some of high fashion’s beachwear swerves. Dior, for example, has made plans to outfit you for that moment when you finally sink your toes into sand. And if there’s anyone who understands what chill vibes entail, avid globetrotter and Aman VIP Kim Jones has a treasure trove of those ideas to call upon. But for now, this beachwear capsule for Dior’s fall 2021 will have to suffice. Relayed on resort-favouring colours of azure and easy-to-match monochromatic hues, Jones has also extended the cameo to iconic American artist Kenny Scharf’s art for this series, rendered on silk buttoned shirts, hat, bandana, and swim shorts. These happy-go-lucky cosmic-inspired graphics – they are actually aquatic-based characters from Scharf’s Viva Mare Viva Mar painting – rep those weekend vibes to a tee. But don’t worry if you’re not headed anywhere else either. Those with their very own access to a swimming pool or a fireplace will also find the baller-esque Dior Oblique bathrobes and Dior Atlas sandals coming in handy. And even if you don’t boast a McGregor or Mayweather-sized bank account, there's no loss in dressing for the role you desire.  

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