Dior Homme Summer 2017 Collection

[Luxury Fashion]

 

The Dior Homme collection for Summer 2017 fashion show was designed by Kris Van Assche, and drove an explicit evolution, channeling the energy of Haçienda youth through the industrial landscape of a utopian fun fair. Order and disorder ran parallel narratives throughout, as flashbacks to the New Wave and a sportif élan were intertwined with the militant crescendo of refined athletic tailoring.

“This season there is a sense of collective consciousness to the collection – a remix of shared boyhood memories,” said Kris Van Assche. “I am interested in a synthesis of generations and filtering subcultures through my own lens to tell a new story.”

Dior describes the collection as progressive silhouette warping perceptions of formality; industrial embellishments converge with the innate savoir-faire of the Dior Homme ateliers as eyelets, sports lacing, staples, and screen-printed suiting wools disrupt any expectations of the two-piece suit. Subverting the sense of classical rigor, bared arms and tonal knitwear illicit moments of summer skin, as articulated harnesses both restrict and suspend.

Musings on a garment’s memory (items found, worn, and destroyed) are explored through artisanal textiles: pinstripes fray, knits bear scars, houndstooth blurs, and Toru Kamei’s arcane floral paintings appear as patched botanical insignias. Migrating across hybrid pieces, a multiplicity of uniform and sportswear elements creates a call-and-repeat of polished utility and tempered rebellion.

 

Dior Homme Summer 2017 Collection (2)

“Fun Fair” was the theme of the show and what better epitomises that than a “roller coaster” winding its way through the runway!

Dior Homme Summer 2017 Collection (3)

 

The Dior Homme Kuala Lumpur boutique is located at:

129 & 130, 1st Floor, Suria KLCC,

Jalan P Ramlee,

50088 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

 

Tel (603) 2161 0010

More info at www.dior.com

Images courtesy of Dior Malaysia.

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