Dior Homme Spring 2015–Approaching his first collection of 2015, Dior Homme creative director Kris Van Assche continued signature traits of his sartorial man with sharp tailoring, graphic lines and a precise use of color. Talking to Style.com, Van Assche shared that in between collections, “Pieces from one season respond to pieces from another season. It is a natural movement since it reflects the evolution of my research on a men’s wardrobe.” For the Belgian designer’s latest collection, this means the subtle finesse of his winter 2014 range and the graphic punch of fall/winter 2013. Displaying an elevated sense of casual wear, bomber jackets, printed pullovers, open-weave knitwear and leather jackets are juxtaposed with fine suiting.
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