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Diesel's Collab With A-Cold-Wall* Is What Streetwear Dreams Are Made Of

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Diesel's Red Tag Project has achieved what it sought out to do. The revolutionary platform, which was conceived to host "influential and coveted designers," has brought a new perspective to the Diesel aesthetic.

In March of last year, the Italian company started the project with an exclusive, one-off collection by Hood by Air's Shayne Oliver. Since then, the project featured Y/Project creative director Glenn Martens and Gosha Rubchinskiy. Now, for the fourth collection of the collaborative series, the brand has brought on streetwear favorite A-Cold-Wall*.

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Designed by Samuel Ross, A-Cold-Wall* is a high-concept intellectual streetwear brand that references socio-political and cultural issues. The collab features vegetable-dyed garments with utilitarian workwear details such as translucent denim seam taping, memory nylons, and more.

Diesel's signature denim mixed with Ross' conceptual aesthetic is expected to sell out. Even more so considering that it's the first time A-Cold-Wall* is working extensively with denim. The full collection will soon be unveiled on diesel.com, a-cold-wall.com, and on Diesel's pages.

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Photo by DIESEL.
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Diesel Red Tag x A-Cold-Wall* drops in December at Diesel flagship stores around the world. In the Philippines, Diesel is at Power Plant Mall, Shangri-La Plaza Mall, and 158 Designer's Blvd. in Greenbelt 3.

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