Dime’s Holiday ’21 collection epitomises the label’s bold approach to design, with outerwear reworked using playful details and materials.
When Dime was founded in 2005, the label didn’t quite have visions of becoming the multifaceted, globally-renowned brand it is today. Rather, the focus was much simpler and centred around having fun: a crew of individuals would spend their time skating the streets of Montreal, filming it and uploading clips to the internet.
Though the label represents something far more varied today — covering everything from their own skateboarding competitions to a fully-fledged clothing range — that playful approach to everything remains paramount.
The label’s Holiday ’21 collection embodies that approach, with winter staples transformed using playful details, graphics and materials. Puffer jackets are reworked using corduroy and feature wavy baffles, while knitwear is detailed with branding inspired by abstract art at the front. Fleeces, meanwhile, are covered in a marbled, tie-dye-like effect to drive home the collection’s bold look.