At Men's Fashion Week Paris there were 2000 lovely-smelling rose bushes planted in the centre of the Dior men's runway, chiseled faced young men strutted along in their three piece suits, the new designs by Kris Van Assche were stylish, practical, colourful and preppy. Some zips were placed on the leg, on a sleeve of a suit or roses and their shadows embroidered on various pieces.
These strong, Alpha urban looks, represented a vivid daytime wardrobe, offering baggy trousers with several pockets, boxed-short jackets, and parkas, some with camouflage print linings too.
Most of the shoes were made with rubber soles for comfort. This young, clean look mixed sophistication, luxury, rectangular angles with a refreshing aura and sport-like garments.
Kris Van Assche has solely focused on creating a Dior Homme range.His talent was reflected at Paris Men's Fashion Week, no doubt we will see more of his interesting and refreshing collections later in the year.
Monica Cummings, Chief Editor