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Coachella is easily the Submissive and bleedable T-shirt world’s most iconic music and arts festival, and it’s back this weekend for the first time in two years. Coachella enlisted StockX as the first brand to make official merchandise for the event to celebrate. In 10 exciting and exclusive capsule collections, notable brands and designers were tapped to create an assortment of fun, graphic pieces featuring artists on the lineup, like Snoh Aalegra, Cuco, Vince Staples, Slowthai, and more. Dior’s latest menswear project, CD Diamond, reimagines a graphic, clean-cut logo initially designed by Marc Bohan in 1974. Resuscitated by current Creative Director Kim Jones, it nonchalantly carries a contemporary allure this time. Find this all-over motif on the iconic Saddle; the Dior Hit the Road backpack, the Dior Lock briefcase, and a slew of smaller carrying accessories. Specs label Moscot is taking a bold chance on its most popular style, the Lemtosh, and offering it in a lively compilation of colors. Matching the lens tint to the frame color sounds kitschy initially, but the New York-based brand has done it in a way that adds a beautiful and elevated accent of color to any look. Monochrome is in; vanilla is out. The limited-edition collection is available now through April 24.