For Kim Jones, artistic director Dior, drawing inspiration from the past to reinvent something of the future has been a practice since his appointment to the design house. For his third show with Dior, Jones carried forward the same tradition of past meets the future with the Fall Men’s 2019 collection.
There were plenty of eye-catching details to note. The models were not walking, rather static on a conveyor belt which was the runway for the night. The small trick gave a rather futuristic appeal to the show. About the collection, Jones collaborated with U.S. artist Raymond Pettibon incorporating his designs that were hand embroidered on clothes. The entire collection moved from hues of black, greys to browns, with Haute couture reflected in the fabrications.
In Dior’s world, the silhouettes have a street meets luxury appeal with well cut out tailoring on one end and armour vests and bomber jackets on the other. Below, are the best looks that are too good to miss from Dior’s Fall 2019 menswear show. Scroll away.