Brand: Dior

Season: Summer 2019

Key Pieces: The standout item in this staple-laden, bee-covered drop is the black zip-up jacket, which pairs the reimagined bee motif on the breast against a Harrington-style silhouette, lending a slight vintage feel to a new design.

Release Date: Available now

Buy: Dior

Editor’s Notes: Marking the second drop from Dior's men's Summer 2019 capsule, this range of new garms puts KAWS' reinterpretation of the iconic Dior bee front, center, and everywhere else besides. The drop is now available at Dior online.

The collection contains a number of staples, including hoodies, tees, long-sleeve crewnecks, jeans, and socks, all of which come in black or white and feature the new Bee companion, sometimes on its own, elsewhere all over items. Prices range from $250 to $2,050.

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