A new vision of Kim Jones, making a clear way on the runway of Dior Men, after a decade of the super-skinny silhouette. A collection made for everyone, the guy who loves monogram, to the man who’s into tailored suits while the suits were enhanced by futuristic sensibilities. Bringing again the toile de Jouy print that is one of the most elegant print. When it comes to the accessories there was baseball caps, holster-like chest bags, sunglasses and more that were effortlessly included to clearly demonstrate Jones’ ability to merge his vision and current trends while considering the labels own history. To make this show and collection yet perfect a 39-and-a-half-foot statue of a silver robo-babe by the Japanese artist Hajime Sorayama was the center of the runway.
For Dior to visit Japan for the Pre-Fall Men’s show it was based on the label’s history with the country. Christian Dior was frequently inspired by Japan and incorporated various elements into his own pieces. Hence we see that the final three looks of the show featured kimono-inspired jackets in leather and satin.
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