Style The Dior Men’s Winter 2021-2022 Collection

The Dior Men’s Winter 2021-2022 Collection

Andrea Tuzio

At the end of last week, during Paris Fashion Week Men’s, the show of Dior‘s new men’s Winter 2021-2022 collection, designed by Kim Jones, was staged – in strictly digital form.

A fashion show that we could define as classic, with the models that, with a decisive and expeditious incision thanks also to the techno soundtrack that accompanies the show, show the new Dior men’s collection for which Kim Jones has collaborated with the Scottish painter Peter Doig – one of the world’s most quoted living painters – whose influence is very evident. Huge sculptures overhang and delimit the catwalk in a sort of dialogue between fashion and contemporary art that also translates into embroideries and prints in the looks of the Dior men’s Winter 21/22. 

The Doig’s aesthetics, with its bright colors, is mixed with care and elegance to the military inspiration that turns out to be the basis of the construction of the collection, the classics of Dior man but revised in a contemporary and seasonal key: the camouflage is transformed into a series of inkblots, the tailoring of the garments is combined with the borders that recall the military exhibitions while the stars, another typical element of the military world, we find them on buttons and pins.

The imagery and swirling brushstrokes of Peter Doig play with the codes that form the basis of the collection, which are subverted and overturned by the delicacy of the Scottish painter.

Below you can take a look at the looks from Dior’s Winter 2021-2022 men’s collection.

Written by Andrea Tuzio
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