Dior’s Fall show was fashion’s equivalent of the Big Bang. The Men’s Winter 2021-2022 opened with a rushing electronic track and models strongly strutting across a blue patterned floor, passing by massive wooden carved sculptures.
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Dior sees men’s artistic director Kim Jones taking a note from ceremonial attire. Drawing a bridge in time, Jones brings a contemporary influence in his employment of Trinidad-based artist Peter Doig – a living link with the past, still dynamic and alive today. Like haute couture, it connects the now with then: The collection brings contemporary artworks to the runway met with traditional garb and influenced by heritage.
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