Get eccentric with Kris Van Assche.
“This season, there is a sense of collective consciousness to the collection—a remix of shared boyhood memories,” says Kris Van Assche, creative director of Dior Homme. Offering a glimpse into a past era of different generations and once-popular subcultures—new wave and punk, the collection oscillates between the aforementioned subcultures and elements of sport. The formality of a two-piece suit is made progressive using industrial embellishments, eyelets, sports lacing and staples, while some pieces are meant to subvert the sense of classical rigour by being sleeveless and through the extensive use of harnesses. “There’s no need to put a classic suit on the stage,” Van Assche says.
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