A new vision of Kim Jones, who makes a clear way on the Dior runway, after a decade of the supremely silhouette. A collection made for everyone, the guy who loves monograms, to the man who is in tailored costumes while the costumes are reinforced by futuristic feelings. Bring again toile de Jouy printing which is one of the most elegant printing companies. As for the accessories, there were baseball hats, holster-like chestguns, sunglasses and more that were simply included to clearly demonstrate Jones's ability to merge his vision and current trends while taking into account the label's own story. To make this show and collection nevertheless perfect, a 39 and a half foot statue of a silver robo-babe by Japanese artist Hajime Sorayama was the center of the runway.
For Dior to visit Japan for Pre-Fall Men's show, it was based on the label's history with the country. Christian Dior was often inspired by Japan and incorporated various elements into their own pieces. Therefore, we see that the last three series on the show featured kimono-inspired jackets in leather and satin.
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