Paris Fashion Week | Dior Homme Fall 2010

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Published January 23, 2010

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Updated January 4, 2015

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A humble black and clay color palette dressed the most recent collection from Dior Homme designer Kris Van Assche. Striking a chord with relaxed tailoring, the designer continues in this vein, turning his efforts to this season’s outerwear. Found somewhere in between boxy and oversized, Dior’s man is given a larger than life silhouette that he takes on with ease. Coexisting harmoniously with the collection’s minimalist approach to monochromatic suiting, this season’s foray into outerwear solidifies a new chic Dior Homme that is understated, yet effective.

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24 thoughts on “Paris Fashion Week | Dior Homme Fall 2010”

  1. This is the first Kris Van Assche collection for Dior Homme that I liked, and it's mostly because it's a little reminiscent of Hedi Slimane's last two collections for the brand. Favorite pieces were the long grey wool coats.

  2. This is the first Kris Van Assche collection for Dior Homme that I liked, and it's mostly because it's a little reminiscent of Hedi Slimane's last two collections for the brand. Favorite pieces were the long grey wool coats.

  3. sorry to hear bout that sergio… i miss christian, but you dont always get what you want (i was referring to christian dior)

  4. sorry to hear bout that sergio… i miss christian, but you dont always get what you want (i was referring to christian dior)

  5. oh… for fuck's sake. can people stop living in the past. brilliant as hedi is, he wasn't flawless in his time at dior. secondly, so many other interesting things have happened in menswear since then.

  6. oh… for fuck's sake. can people stop living in the past. brilliant as hedi is, he wasn't flawless in his time at dior. secondly, so many other interesting things have happened in menswear since then.

  7. Stop comparing Hedi and Kris please. Both have distinct styles that work for each of them. I love this collection no matter how different it is from the Hedi aesthetic.

  8. Stop comparing Hedi and Kris please. Both have distinct styles that work for each of them. I love this collection no matter how different it is from the Hedi aesthetic.

  9. Candysays and Zidvicious, I totally agree with you. Some have stayed into the past and just forgot that time is passing by, never stopping, things change and have to change.
    Of course Hedi made a wonderfull work (and sometimes less good, loosing his inspinration slowly but surely through the years…i was not estonished when he left…) but whatever, Hedi is no more here and we have Kriss, one of the very best designers of the moment at the head of DIOR HOMME. I was at the runway, and can truly tell you that it has been the best show of the Paris fashion week! No doubt!

  10. Candysays and Zidvicious, I totally agree with you. Some have stayed into the past and just forgot that time is passing by, never stopping, things change and have to change.
    Of course Hedi made a wonderfull work (and sometimes less good, loosing his inspinration slowly but surely through the years…i was not estonished when he left…) but whatever, Hedi is no more here and we have Kriss, one of the very best designers of the moment at the head of DIOR HOMME. I was at the runway, and can truly tell you that it has been the best show of the Paris fashion week! No doubt!

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