Kris Van Assche being a fashion designer, gave his latest collection for Dior Homme a full blast of hot waves despite of a “Cold Love” theme. He knew the knives were out. The temperature in his runway hit the “surface of the sun” that he never anticipated the heat served to heighten the much appreciated high layers of ultralight tailoring.
Two years ago from the start of his appointment, Dior Homme designer Kris Van Assche has wrestled exclusively for men and women’s suit. This season the superfluity of a tailored blazer can be seen on the label’s collection as a sensible sartorial response to climatic change.
The designer influenced by his gym-bodied quality that can be seen under the transparent jackets layered over untucked wide T- shirts in tones of creamy gray and skin-tone beige as billowy robes with matching hefty high-top footwear.
The shirt-weight craftsmanship is said to be the label’s new development, and the transparent parka over a sleeveless jacket captured from past season’s trends.
For evening outfits, the designer suggested kimonolike lapels in sleeveless form. In contrast to his previous Dior Homme endeavor, all the pared-down vigor gives him a strong foundation to build on for the future campaign.