Dior Men brings the drama with the unveiling of its new winter 2020 campaign. Kim Jones’ elegant collection is front and center as the fashion house’s couture heritage acts as a springboard for punk embellishments inspired by the late British accessories designer Judy Blame. Quite the ensemble of models gathers for the advertisement. Dressed to impress, Thatcher Thornton, Otto Nahmmacher, Jecardi Sykes, Malick Bodian, Lucas El Bali, Ludwig Wilsdorff, and Patrick Waldron take the main stage.
Dior Men Winter 2020 Campaign
Ronnie Cooke-Newhouse helps set the stage for the season as she tackles the art direction for Dior Men’s latest campaign. A theatrical but sophisticated vision fits right in line with the photography of Steven Meisel. The American photographer captures stunning individual and group portraits of the models in Jones’s tailored designs. Colorful, statement sweaters contrast against timeless pieces such as the single-breasted coat or trim, pleated trousers.
Jones interjects sartorial menswear with a punk-inspired affinity for luxury this season. Melanie Ward styles Dior Men looks, lending the models an editorial edge with evening gloves in leather and suede. Meanwhile, printed scarves, wallet chains, “Dior” embroideries, and more add a wow factor. Not to go unnoticed, berets emphasize Dior Men’s Parisian flair, while leather boots ground the brand’s stylish man about town.