Cecilia Díaz Betz

With a clear sporting vocation and many military references, Nicola FormichettiDiesel’s creative director, continues to explore the archives of the Italian firm with the fourth Tribute Collection. A review of Diesel’s most iconic aesthetic lines we’ve seen over the years seen through Formichetti’s eyes.

 A review of the most iconic aesthetic lines Diesel house that we have seen over the years

In this new Tribute Collection the designer focuses on 90’s sports fashion. She has created a youthful, rebellious look with baggy pants and skirts embellished with elastic bands and thick zippers with nylon bombers. Black and white dominate the collection, in contrast with psychedelic and colorful prints on T-shirts and jerseys. Military details, a constant in the Diesel designs, are also present in comfortable knitwear, crossed coats and capes with fur collars, in which military green also dominates with geometric details in bright shades of electric blue and neon pink. The collection will be available in September 2015 in selected stores worldwide.