After unveiling the collaboration at the start of the year, Dior has now officially released its capsule with Birkenstock. The collection features two signature silhouettes -- the Tokio Mule and Milano Sandal -- and takes inspiration from Christian Dior's love of gardening.
Celebrating this influence, the two silhouettes mix functionality and elegance in tribute to the couturier. The mule and sandal also arrive in a variety of finishes, including black nubuck calfskin, grey felted wool and, for the Tokio Mule, a "Greige" nubuck calfskin.
Alongside the Birkenstock collaboration, Dior has also released its new CD 1947 capsule. This collection is based on a dialogue between Kim Jones and the legacy of Christian Dior, with this relationship exemplified by a new "Christian Dior" signature combined with "1947" in honor of the first Dior show.
Both the CD 1947 collection and the full Birkenstock collaboration are available now via the Dior web store.
In other footwear news, Dr. Martens recently partnered with Blondey McCoy to spotlight the Adrian loafer.