• 90s tribal prints are back for AW18 at Dior Homme

    One year ago - By Dazed Digital

    Kris Van Assche has been designing Dior Homme for a decade now, creating collections that blend super-sharp tailoring with styling cues borrowed from youth and subculture. Today, in the Grand Palais' Salon d'Honneur, his AW18 models hit a runway decorated with three towering glass vitrines that were loaded with flashing lights, and progressively filled with smoke throughout the show. Here's what went down.
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  • Thom Browne Men's Fall 2018

    Thom Browne Men's Fall 2018

    One year ago - By WWD

    “I wanted to go back to where it all started. I wanted to tell how the tailoring in the beginning was sportswear, and the sportswear was always tailoring,” said Thom Browne.
    The master storyteller transported guests to a fantasy winter wonderland, with a playful après-ski vibe to the collection.
    The main storyline was the outerwear and the bright white down-filled sportswear that appeared to harness all the know-how Browne accumulated during his time as the creative head of Moncler Gamme Bleu.
    The designer sent out riffs on golden oldies with layered tricolor tartan silhouettes, a look...
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  • Dior Homme Taps Tribal Graphic-Emblazoned Suits for Fall/Winter 2018

    Dior Homme Taps Tribal Graphic-Emblazoned Suits for Fall/Winter 2018

    One year ago - By Hypebeast

    Dior Homme debuted its Fall/Winter 2018 collection at Paris Fashion Week Men's.
    The range displays Creative Director Kris Van Assche's trademark penchant for slim tailoring, dark color palettes and New Wave motifs. Highlights include a green fur-collared peacoat, red and black windbreaker showered with tribal sign graphics, militaristic olive green pinstripe suiting and wide-legged denim trousers.
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    - Aleali May January 20, 2018
    Keep up to date with the latest collections by following Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2018.
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  • Dior Homme Men's Fall 2018

    One year ago - By WWD

    Suck it in fellas! While a unabashed fan of wide, puddling pants and roomy sweatshirts of late, Kris Van Assche decided to take Dior Homme back to its roots in sharp tailoring.
    In fact, he stretched back to the founder's defining New Look of 1947 for women - hinged on that wasp-waisted jacket known as the Bar - for his winning fall collection. He wasn't shy about the nipped midsection, demarcating the horizontal seam cut into the sides of some jackets with white piping.
    They looked handsome rather than feminine, vaguely recalling the neatness of military uniforms, though the designer said...
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