Men’s Fashion Week: Dior, Kenzo
Fashion House Dior presented a man’s collection. The line was based on more relaxed silhouettes, echoes of street culture. Chris Van Ash decided to move away from the usual classics, which he always used in his collections for Dior.
In the new collection, we are witnessing the transformation of the male costume. In some models there are tattered sleeves of a jacket, others are variegated with waistcoats instead of a jacket. Also there are images with lengthened sleeves or with a torn off bottom of the jacket, which is sewn to the trousers. But all the images are executed exclusively in black. Bombers and jackets are also present in the collection. An interesting design solution was the use of long ribbons.
“Through the right balance of shades and relevant details in the form of inverted emblems of educational institutions, long ribbons on the neck and hands or pendants creates the image of an exemplary guy who sometimes still breaks the rules, even if only in clothes” – write fashion editions.
Designer blows Carol Lim and Umberto Leon created a men’s collection filled with the modern spirit of Japan. They admit that the main source of inspiration was the musician Ryuichi Sakamoto and model Saeko Yamaguchi.
The collection was based on things with flounces, sports style, trousers with high waist, shirts. The images are decorated with bright prints that depict Asian flowers, motifs and stripes. The main colors of the collection: purple, red, bright blue, yellow and green. In order to maximally convey the atmosphere of the collection, only Asian models, dancers and acrobats were invited to the podium.