Men’s Fashion Week: Dior Homme Fall 2018

Dana Mortada   |   21 - 01 - 2018

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Dior Homme’s creative director Kris Van Assche decided to refer back to the brand’s aesthetics in refined tailoring.

 

In fact, he literally went back to the original founder’s archives of back to the New Look of 1947 for women, focusing on the wasp-waisted jacket for his impeccable Fall’18 collection. Clearly, he wasn’t afraid from stressing too much the midsection, as he defines the straight-cut sides of jackets.

 

Models looked handsome wearing military uniforms that came with a subtle neat touch. Van Assche explained backstage: “Mr. Dior often took his inspiration from officers’ and parade clothes, so some of those details really translate on men quite naturally.”

 

There were essential looks like a black suit with accentuated waist simply exalts the and broad shoulders and slim cut trousers. Van Assche included oversize labels stating the atelier’s address on ‘Rue de Marignan’, and the iconic logo was also scattered on the backs of shirts in khaki brown shades.

 

To show that Dior Homme is suitable for all men, Van Assche invited five included iconic male models from the Nineties- Cameron Alborzian, Mark Vanderloo and Arnaud Lemaire. As a conclusion, these models came out with looser-fit outfits- merging the ‘90s sportswear featuring tattoo prints, striped knits and wide.

 

Full of pure elegance, click through the gallery above to view the full collection. 

 

 

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