Dion Lee creates a ready-to-wear and jewellery capsule collection for a bold, cutting-edge party look.

Just in time for the upcoming holiday season, 24S is partnering with Australian-born, New York-based designer Dion Lee to create a 12-piece capsule collection of striking, unconventional party wear. 

“We are delighted to have Dion Lee join 24S.com with this distinctive collection marked by bold design choices and assertive construction. Dion’s corsets and suits are quickly becoming a must have for fashion forward crowds across the globe. His feminine and sensual collections complement the 24S offer, such as Nensi Dojaka, Coperni and Mugler.”

Maud Barrionuevo, Head of Buying & Marketplace at 24S.com

The 24S x Dion Lee avant-garde collection will be  available from November 2nd on 24S.com.

“As a designer, I am driven by the desire to shift and constantly evolve. So, for this collection dropping in time for the festive season, I was drawn to that idea of transformation, exploring it through the visual language of how reptiles shed their skin and mutate. The visual of shedding serves as a central inspiration, through different techniques and textures like peeling leathers, etched shearling, interlocking snake scale diamond eyeleting, serpent skin knitted textures and sinuous metallized embellishments.”

Dion Lee

Merged with industrial hardware details, these nature-inspired elements create a juxtaposition between aggression and beauty. The brand’s signature corsetry and lingerie-inspired detailing is ever-present in the collection, influencing tailored silhouettes and outerwear. Styles range from a trademark slip dress, a lace corset and an organic cotton garter t-shirt to a belt-cinched mini dress and top, lingerie-inspired 100% wool trousers, a convertible down jacket and a shearling coat. Statement-making gold-plated sterling silver pearl earrings complete the offering. 

Sassy and festive, the campaign celebrates the transformative, identity-revealing power of parties as up-and-coming models Ruth Ikondo and Louise Koella are captured by French photographer Maxime Frogé in an Haussman-era apartment building, bringing an unexpected avant-garde twist to a classic Parisian bash.