For his third Diesel Black Gold outing, creative director Andreas Melbostad looked to workwear and uniforms for inspiration. A fireman coat was reimagined in denim with metal clasp closures and leather strips in lieu of the traditional reflective safety tape, while plaster dust inspired a white coated finish on painter jeans. Denim continued to be at the core of the collection and here was cut in slim shapes. Soft touches were added via basketweave wool knits and panels of fabric that were used for mixed-media dresses and separates.

For his third Diesel Black Gold outing, creative director Andreas Melbostad looked to workwear and uniforms for inspiration. A fireman coat was reimagined in denim with metal clasp closures and leather strips in lieu of the traditional reflective safety tape, while plaster dust inspired a white coated finish on painter jeans. Denim continued to be at the core of the collection and here was cut in slim shapes. Soft touches were added via basketweave wool knits and panels of fabric that were used for mixed-media dresses and separates.

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