For Diesel Black Gold’s first resort lineup, designer Sophia Kokosalaki said she wanted to “inject color into a collection usually dominated by black.” She also worked with graphics, taking “natural elements, such as minerals, and giving them an artificial effect.” And so a fluid strapless silk jumpsuit, for instance, featured a tie-dye-inspired print, while a multicolor geometric pattern was placed on an asymmetric top. As for denim, the house’s specialty, it was used a great deal on outerwear, such as on a practical, oversize zipped parka with washed leather details.

For Diesel Black Gold’s first resort lineup, designer Sophia Kokosalaki said she wanted to “inject color into a collection usually dominated by black.” She also worked with graphics, taking “natural elements, such as minerals, and giving them an artificial effect.” And so a fluid strapless silk jumpsuit, for instance, featured a tie-dye-inspired print, while a multicolor geometric pattern was placed on an asymmetric top. As for denim, the house’s specialty, it was used a great deal on outerwear, such as on a practical, oversize zipped parka with washed leather details.

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