Dior’s next show is not long away, but before that happens, the French fashion house has presented its first project of the year, a collaboration with the famous Japanese sculptor Otani Workshop.

Jointly they have designed an illustrative capsule collection of clothes and accessories in which, as can be seen in the final garments, they bring together the identity of the two. The design field is something that dominates the firm belonging to the LVMH conglomerate, but if the pieces stand out for anything, it is for the characters and letters that appear embroidered on them.

The wardrobe they propose for this season is made up of casual and relaxed style garments with a certain sporty touch, designed to be worn for practically any type of occasion. The main protagonists of the launch are the long-sleeved shirt in the first look of the lookbook, the long-sleeved polo shirt and jersey with the brand’s monogram, both in russet/burgundy and the new B33 tennis shoes.

Rounding off the collab, and also adding a touch of humour, the artist has created a little green ceramic monster called Tanilla, who unexpectedly sneaks into all the images in the lookbook.

When can you buy any of the items from the Dior and Otani Workshop capsule collection? NOW! Yes, you read that right, you can already do it in any of the Maison’s boutiques and on its respective websites.

Check out the collection below: