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“Last year I went to Art Basel in Miami” says Kris Van Assche, Dior Homme’s creative director.

“It was such a huge contradiction between the art scene and the general scene in Miami – you couldn’t have a bigger one.

The contrast of having formal exhibition openings on the beach, of having to wear a tuxedo on the beach.

But there was also such a sense of fun to all of this in Miami. It inspired my approach to the collection.”

That’s the story behind Dior Homme’s spring collection you see here, covered in brush-stroke print

Photographed by Karim Sadli in collaboration with M/M Paris.

It’s a fully-formed precursor to the Pet Shop Boys-soundtracked Paninero namechecking catwalk collection for summer.

via hero

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Posted by:igor marcel

Freelancer art consultant, trendhunter

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