Sunday, June 27, 2010
Dior Homme Spring 2011
With the unveiling of the Dior Homme spring collection came much expectation for the brand to continue its ability to recreate and redefine men’s fashion. What came was something that, for many of its loyal customers, expressed that ability. Designer Kris Van Assche presented a collection of menswear that hosted a spectrum of softer fabrics, ideal for spring. What stood out the most in the collection was the surprising decision to avoid conventional spring and summer wear, and to instead cling to longer and looser garments. Something that was wonderful about the idea behind the collection was the lack of a traditional clean-cut appearance. But for what the collection lacked, it gained in an unorthodox version of the futuristic macho, redefining the definition of clean-cut.
-Over and Out
Check out the collection on style.com here: