Dior Spring Summer 2020

1/5

Another great collection with a clean tailoring and a collaboration with RIMOWA.

Placed all around the venue of the show, Dior collaborated with the artist Daniel Arsham, the menswear offering is stunningly clean, blending streetwear-friendly branding with mature tailored garments.

The collection emphasizes the clean lines and a timeless color palette, Matthew M. Williams-designed hardware and Arsham-inspired wares. Seen on most of the look the elongated belts, boxy work shirts and Oblique logo undershirts crop up in the collection. In addition we saw the safari caps and wide scarves shield the wearer from the sun, while skin-tight knitwear and sheer short-sleeved shirts lend primary color pops to the proceedings. Illustrative floral separates, buttery leather jackets and draping scarf-like attachments reinforce the sumptuousness attitude that Dior trades on.