At the beginning of the year, Dior unveiled an unlikely collaboration with Birkenstock. After showcasing their designs to the world, the two have released the new CD 1947 capsule collection. The new lineup includes two signature silhouettes; the Tokio Mule and Milano Sandal. Christian Dior’s love of gardening inspires each piece. The two silhouettes blend functionality, quality, and style.
The mule and sandal also arrive in various finishes such as black nubuck calfskin, gray felted wool, and a “Greige” nubuck calfskin for the Tokio Mule. Alongside the new collaboration is a new range that is based on Kim Jones and the legacy of Christian Dior. The relationship comes to life with a new “Christian Dior” signature combined with “1947” in honor of the first Dior show. Both the CD 1947 collection and the full Birkenstock collaboration are available now.
Take a closer look at the collaborative lineup in the images below and head over to the Dior website to pick up your favorite pieces. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more outstanding style coming very soon.
Photos via Jackie Nickerson