Past, present, couture. For the Dior Men’s Fall/Winter 2020 collection, artistic director Kim Jones draws on the Dior archives and iconography to celebrate the House’s timeless elegance. A journey to the heart of haute couture and a tribute to Judy Blame, the iconoclastic stylist, jeweler and art director who helped create seminal album covers like
Kim Jones and Dior Men’s go back to the future for their Spring/Summer 2020 campaign, which stars models Braien Vaiksaar, Kohei Takabatake, Liam Marquant, Ludwig Wilsdorff, & Serigne Lam. Paying a nod to the ‘’Back to the Future’’ film series, the campaign features a sculpture entitled ‘’Archaeologist of the Future’’, which is based on the
Polish male model Dominik Sadoch wore all clothing from Dior Men by Kim Jones in ‘’Wild Life’’, a fashion editorial lensed by photographer Markus Jans for GQ Germany’s December 2019 issue. Clark Parkin worked on the shoot with grooming by Momo Rauch.
”Dior Monsieur” story captured by photographer Bilal El Kadhi for Lui Magazine’s Summer 2019 issue featured models Justin Eric Martin, Ludovic Fontanel and Maxime Vidal. The editorial was styled by Dan Sablon with all clothing and accessories from Dior Men by Kim Jones. Hair: Delphine Bonnet Make-up: Lorandy
Dior honored its namesake founder in its Fall/Winter 2019 men’s campaign, tapping photographer Steven Meisel to capture the couturier’s passion for art collecting. Styled by Melanie Ward, models Kohei Takabatake, Jeremiah Berko Fourdjour, Guirec Murie, Ludwig Wilsdorff and Arno Dewit appeared alongside art of the 1970s punk scene by Raymond Pettibon. ‘’We selected some of
Kim Jones showed his Fall/Winter 2019 collection for Dior Men at Paris Fashion Week. For his third Dior Men collection, the British designer set up camp at the foot of the Eiffel Tower in a monumental rectangular black tent that loomed against the setting sun. The pace was set as models stood on conveyor belt
Kim Jones separated himself from a decade of ‘’Dior Homme’’ and its super-skinny silhouette with a new name, a fresh, boxier cut and the Eighties-inspired version of the future. The Dior Men’s Pre-Fall 2019 by Kim Jones was held in a towering circular space inside a steel and glass building on an island of reclaimed