Dior Homme Spring/Summer 2018 Collection Is All About Deconstructed Apparel

Dior Homme Ss18 Dior Homme Spring/Summer 2018 Collection Is All About Deconstructed ApparelImage: hintmag.com

Dior Homme creative director Kris Van Assche has unveiled his latest Spring/Summer 2018 collection, in which a range of men’s apparel is recreated and deconstructed in a stylish way.

Apparel such as black suit jacket is heavily utilised to turn into a sleeveless variety paired either with a white-collared shirt or over a bare chest. Some are also matched with super shorts and slim black ribbon scarf worn around the neck to complete the overall radical look.

“My way of celebrating the 70 years of the house is through the expertise, the know-how, the people of the atelier. I’ve really been pushing the tailoring to its limits,” said Van Assche.

Other notable collection includes a tailored jacket with bomber sleeves, a seamless mash-up of a white-collared sleeveless shirt at the top half with a black-and-white pinstripe suit at the bottom half and a burgundy jacket spliced with a red polo shirt.

Check out the lookbook below.

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