Dior Homme Spring 2018

 

 

Dior Homme Spring 2018. Kris van Assche’s ten year anniversary collection puts the brand’s tailoring atelier centre-stage.

Kris Van Assche was appointed creative director of Dior Homme in 2007. To celebrate a decade at Dior Homme, the Belgian designer returned to the brand’s core with a collection inspired by its tailoring atelier. The Dior Homme ateliers have long been based at 3 rue Marignan in Paris’ 8th arrondissement; today, the address appeared printed on grained Napa leather accessories, sportswear influenced outerwear and stitched onto monochrome ribbons woven throughout the collection.

Dior Homme Spring 2018: the many ways to wear a tailored blazer

At 8 rue Marginan, much time is spent by highly skilled staff perfecting the brand’s iconic tailored black blazer. Slim-fitting and sleek, the Dior Homme blazer has become a stalwart of the chic Parisian’s wardrobe. For today’s show, Van Assche added details of the blazer to most outfits. Spliced, cut and re-assembled, it formed the base of polos and shifting. Elongated, the blazer became a light summer coat made of luxurious black Ottoman wool; another variation cut the fabric on the bias for a figure-hugging waistcoat.

 Dior Homme Spring 2018

Dior Homme Spring 2018

Dior Homme Spring 2018

 

 

 

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