Dior Homme Menswear Fall Winter 2017 Paris

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Dior Homme Menswear Fall Winter 2017 Paris

A collision of luxury and street style, blending tailoring and youth culture. A project in development, the communications team ready to pump up the volume. This year the house turns 70 and in April Van Ascche will have been there for 10 years. “There have been changes in the last year, it feels like working in a new company, there’s a really good energy,” Van Assche explained... [CONTINUE READING...]

Rave culture, mostly, underpinned this collection - a ten-year-anniversary one at that - from Kris Van Assche, but that also saw plenty of streetwear elements too. Trousers were cropped and wide leg for a nod to the cool skater dude, chains hung from hips to toughen up and roughen up the signature slick Dior Homme suit and the controlled colour palette enabled it all to play out in a tight and cool (if not slightly intimidating) edit. [CONTINUE READING...]

Kris Van Assche added the rave factor to his collection this season to make it look like one big awesome party – but smart with it. Because with everywhere else there is a decided lack of suiting, at Dior Homme, it’s part of the DNA. [CONTINUE READING...]