Advertisement

Follow Mint Lounge

Latest Issue

| Log In / Register

Home > Fashion> Shop > Dior makes the past present

Dior makes the past present

Kim Jones' spring men's collection reinvents the luxury brand's silhouettes designed by Marc Bohan in the 1960s

Inspired by Bohan, the individual with the longest reign at Dior, Jones has presented a collection that's stylish, sporty and laid-back.
Inspired by Bohan, the individual with the longest reign at Dior, Jones has presented a collection that's stylish, sporty and laid-back. (Courtesy Dior/Brett Lloyd)
Jones, known for his tailoring, has kept pants roomy, perhaps keeping in mind how the pandemic has made comfort a necessity even in couture.
Jones, known for his tailoring, has kept pants roomy, perhaps keeping in mind how the pandemic has made comfort a necessity even in couture. (Courtesy Dior/Brett Lloyd)
Fragments are pulled from Dior's rich heritage, stretching back to 1947, the year of debut of the Maison. Leopard motifs, shown in the first collection, are woven or knitted in the new collection.
Fragments are pulled from Dior's rich heritage, stretching back to 1947, the year of debut of the Maison. Leopard motifs, shown in the first collection, are woven or knitted in the new collection. (Courtesy Dior/Brett Lloyd)
Floral patterns reference Dior’s love of nature. 'Gentle and subtle, these archival references are embedded in pieces that speak, inherently, to the attire of a modern man – the Dior of now,' says Dior in a statement
Floral patterns reference Dior’s love of nature. 'Gentle and subtle, these archival references are embedded in pieces that speak, inherently, to the attire of a modern man – the Dior of now,' says Dior in a statement (Courtesy Dior/Brett Lloyd)

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

  • FIRST PUBLISHED
    26.05.2021 | 01:16 PM IST

LATEST ISSUES

ADVERTISEMENT