Dion Lee has his own rebellious attitude and structure, meaning he creates shapes that do not conform to what people use to see on the streets, yet follow a certain individualistic logic that makes sense more than ever before. For Fall/Winter 2022-23, he continues to build on his modular logic, creating more transformable clothes that consist of compartments or modules.
Jackets and tops with detachable sleeves, his signature braided knit dresses with holes and openings allowing you to wear them as tanks or halter-neck ones, and blazers with front & back closures are among the items that enhance versatility.
Edgy eveningwear and outerwear, as well as things we style for every day, are part of the collection. Wide-leg low-rise pants, corset-like tops, second-skin bodycon pieces, jackets with shearling panels, and statement puffers speak of ease and revolution.
The designer loves tailoring and architectural shapes, yet he twists and bends these ideas so that they adjust to people’s needs and preferred use.
Micro mini hems and oversized carpenter pockets show his knack for exaggeration and statement-making details.
His layered sheer lace dress and jumpsuit looks can tell a thing or two about the sexually charged vision in this collection. To complete the naughty look, lace-up sandal boots are featured among the accessories.
And regardless of all the edginess and unconventional approach to clothing, there are leather pieces in the collection, especially jackets, that are great fashion investments.
As for knitwear, it’s mostly made of merino wool and cashmere, so the quality of materials is there too.