Dion Lee’s new collection is a fresh change from his norm, focusing on outerwear and voluminous silhouettes – the perfect winter combo.

The oversized bomber jackets were out in full force at his New York Fashion Week show on the weekend, following the hints of top-heavy silhouettes we saw in Pre-Fall.

This season sees Dion take inspo from German artist, Otto Piene, evident in rows of laser cut circles. The artist is known for his works which shine light through perforations, simulated by Dion through subtle crystal embellishments suspended in alternating lines.

Deep reds and blues feature alongside crisp whites and are balanced with two-toned pleats in grey marle, black and khaki.

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