As you know from yesterdays male post, I saw the Diesel Fall/Winter 2013 collection in London during the press day last week. I separated the posts into two as there were quite a lot of photos, so here is the second half featuring the new women’s collection.
The printed leopard style Livier jeans above were really pretty and some of my favourites actually, but I also really liked the new Grupee Ankle Zip cut in some of the washes they had on offer (images 1, 2, 3 and 4) as they were really pretty, simple blues! These are part of the pre-collection which will be dropping into stores in May! I was also attracted to the really bold and bright colourful prints on the denim vest, blazer and denim shorts (images 5, 6 and 7) as they were definitely statement pieces! I could see them being worn at festivals and fitting in perfectly.
Image 8 was a new berry coloured texture skinny pant which featured zippers in random places and I actually really liked these. They are unique and the colour was gorgeous in person! Images 9, 10 and 14 are all of the Livier cut and it comes in that array or really bright and fun colours for their popular jegging cut. Next in image 11 is the new Fayza. I’m a big fan of that cut as it’s a gorgeous boyfriend style that’s skinny and I think this new wash is just perfect for it! It’s so classic and easy to wear, just how a boyfriend jean should be. Images 12 and 13 are all of the brand new cut called Skinzee, which I reviewed not long ago. It’s Diesel’s new cross between a higher rise skinny and a jegging, so it’s super stretchy. Some of the washes, especially the 2 on the right, were beautiful. I’m not so much a fan of the green tone ones, but the blue ones I loved.
Images 15 and 16 are of a new and inventive printed Livier which I thought was intriguing. I didn’t like it as much as I liked the SS13 printed Livier, but this one is more muted and toned down which I suppose is definitely season appropriate. The last 2 images are of some watches which I thought were really cool and then a shot of some of the accessories so you can see them. As always, if you have any questions about the collection, just leave a comment and I will get back to you!
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Written by Lorna Burford