The masculine Bar Jacket and the ’90s clubbers
L’homme Dior walked down the catwalk to the strains of Alphaville’s “Forever Young”.
The FW18 collection, designed by the Belgian designer Kris Van Assche, combines structured tailoring and sportswear, with a ’90s nostalgia. The French maison’s sartorial heritage and manual savoir-faire are highlighted by a wide range of impeccable suits. Emblem of masculine power, they’re also the translation of the Dior’s iconic New Look’s Bar Jacket – from the 1947 – into the masculine version.
Dark colours as black, brown and grey are used and matched to precious woolen grain de poudre.
Ninety’s influences can be seen in the employment of short-sleeved T-shirts worn over long sleeves, baggy high-waisted jeans and bold prints on synthetic anoraks – the real clubbers’ style.
Polo shirts, turtlenecks, tank tops and puffer jackets complete the collection.
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