Dior Gives Us a Closer Look at Its 3D-Printed FW23 Footwear

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3D printing is all the rage. Now French luxury fashion house Dior, by way of its head men’s footwear designer, Thibo Denis, has given fashion and sneaker lovers a closer look at its upcoming 3D-printed collection for the Fall/Winter 2023 season.

Included in the innovative footwear range will be a pair of Derbys that take inspiration from Dior’s Carlo model, and a pair of boots; each almost entirely constructed from a 3D-printed weave that looks similar to the adidas Futurecraft 4D.

On the Derbys, the pair is further elevated with glossy black leather tongue tabs and heels and features a quicklace system. On the other hand, the boots opt for a laceless look. However, the pair is equipped with a heel slide insert for easy wear. Take a look at both pairs below and keep it locked to our Sneaker Release Dates Calendar for when you can purchase them.

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