Dior Fall 2014–With Kris Van Assche due in New York next week to show Dior Homme’s latest collection, WWD catches up with the creative director for his thoughts on approaching each menswear season. Referring to the standard of having a fall/winter or spring/summer collection as well as pre-collections, Van Assche shares, “We need to stop calling them pre-collections. They started out as in-between collections, but they’re now creative, independent collections with a real story to tell.” Under Van Assche’s creative direction, Dior Homme now has fall, winter, spring and summer collections. View the look book for fall here or the winter collection as presented during Paris Fashion Week here.
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