14/09/2015
Inspired by warmth, skin, masking layers and woven textures.

Words by

Arianna Lucente

We're experiencing serious New York Fashion Week fever right now. After a bunch of Aussies showed at NYFW last week, Dion Lee joined the troupe with his SS16 collection. And it was stunning.

Lee was inspired by warmth, skin, masking layers and woven textures. We are definitely feeling that vibe. Slashed beige suede pieces, intricate lattice work and crossover structures were a focus.

Show 'em what you’re made of.

dionlee.com

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