Diesel’s Forest Grunge

The raw energy of ‘90s alternative rock is perfect for this season with a difference.

“Fall/Winter is about the energy of grunge in the forest at night time,” explains Diesel Artistic Director Nicola Formichetti. “The spirit of rock ’n’ roll is nocturnal and being surrounded by nature after dark can be a strange experience. A lot of crazy things can happen.”

Plastic raincoat worn with silky blouse
Styled in a mismatched way, plastic raincoats are worn with silky dresses, whilst stripes and checks are clashed with polka dots and flower prints. The shiny and new is paired with the well-loved and perfectly ‘destroyed’ denim.

Blue is the key color for jeans. There are six new washes for men and 11 for women, from the premium Slow Indigo, crafted using artisan techniques to super soft JoggJeans.

Red and black plaid is a classic ‘90s design 
Iconic striped grunge knits are transformed by incorporating lace, an element of the precious, whilst characteristic rock leathers, signature zips, and knit beanies appear throughout the collection.

The feel of American vintage is present through trucker style, from shearling-trimmed jackets to classic red-and-black plaid, alongside elements of uniform and utility.

Patches on classic military bomber jacket
Patches on classic military bombers, parkas, and capes are taken from the Diesel archive, reworking codes of the past and paying tribute to Diesel heritage. 

Slip-on style S-KBY footwear is lightweight, flexible, and breathable, with a camo-knit upper in both men’s and women’s variations.

Topics: Fall/Winter , Diesel , Nicola Formichetti , polka dots , flower prints. , Slow Indigo , JoggJeans.
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