DIOR HOMME Pre Fall 2019: making it big in japan
Kim Jones, Dior Homme Creative Director assets his vision all the way from Tokyo with a spectacular Pre-Fall 2019 fashion show worthy of his creativity.
Moving away from a decade of black-ruled skinny silhouettes, Kim Jones, Dior Homme Creative Director assets his vision all the way from Tokyo with a spectacular Pre-Fall 2019 fashion show worthy of his creativity.
Kim Jones is a designer with a broad vision, addressing not only one type of a “Dior Homme” man, but all men, regardless of their preferences, all of them are “Dior Homme Men”. The proof was in the great diversity of outfits and styles shown on the runway, despite a clear “fil rouge” tying them all up neatly, faithfully speaking the Dior Homme vocabulary. From monogram silk shirts with cherry blossom accents, to dapper houndstooth suits with asymmetric blazers. Everything is elegant, and well made.
Faithful to the legacy of Monsieur Dior and passion for art, the venue featured a 39-and-a-half-foot statue of a silver robo-babe by Japanese artist Hajime Sorayama. An installation that reflected a sense of avant-garde modernism deeply rooted in the history of the house.
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