Through a mysterious set comprised of teenage bedrooms lined up side by side, new graphic details embrace themselves within this classic Dior Homme collection, which draws an opulent and rebellious aesthetic when meeting Monsieur Dior’s 1947 famous scream red and blue lights. Then, add white polka dots, technical squiggled thread embroidered textiles, and the ‘SCREAM’ and ‘NEWAVE’ decorative patterns layered on the traditional Christian Dior logo, which were plastered over these fine tailoring and sportwear garments.
From long parkas to baggy trousers, including suits, jackets, sweaters, backpacks, caps and sneakers, Kris Van Assche spotlights his captivating desire to express this romantic side of the New Wave through a monochrome palette. Today, a world-first exclusive retail moment invites customers to explore and shop the collection at the new Ginza store before its official launch worldwide in mid-May.
Here you can have a look at the casting and fitting videos from the Dior Homme presentation in Tokyo yesterday.