The outcome of Kris Van Assche’s 10-year anniversary as the artistic director is the latest collection that highlights the deconstruction and reconstruction of the Dior Homme via controlled gestures of volume. The slim and sculpted blazer of black ottoman wool tailoring is fanned out in more variations, while the jacket comes in forms of polo and shirting, with sleeves tied at the waist for that urban trompe l’oeil. Basting stiches and selvedges take a slice of humble pie, as the monochrome address ribbon appears alongside the taped edges and ribbed athletic stripes, whereas shots of cyan and yellow are injected into a palette of vermillion, burgundy, camel and sky blue.
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