Dior Men F/W 2021.22 Paris

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    It's nice to see a runway presentation from Kim Jones...while I personally liked last year's collection a bit more this is still a solid outing for his main collection Dior. It's obviously not shoving the logo in your face like some his store-ready pieces that every obnoxious hype beast wears. The color palette is nice and I would love yellow/orange/camo pieces in my imaginary designer wardrobe.
     
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    Mr. Armani's designs are these days more radical than Dior Homme, that says it all. What a boring and heavy handed collection yet again from Kim Jones. Who wants to look like THAT?!?!?!
     
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    meh.

    most overrated designer.
     
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    I am becoming concerned about the disparity between the vulgarily dull and pseudo-intellectual collections made by MCG and Kim Jones sophisticated take on Dior archives with commerciality and relevance needed this time. I hate shoes this season and these hats are bit odd but the knitwear, tailoring, OUTWEAR, bags, embroidery and colour palette is there for the reason and the reason is for the people to wear it. I am really sorry to announce my daddy's credit card will be on fire.
     
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    It looks like he was trying to go for modern luxurious military but it just looks like marching band uniforms. I seriously can't wrap my brain around why people think he's so special
     
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    Best of the season, once again. Never fails. The color palette is just phenomenal. The military motifs were so easy going, they didn't overpower the collection or made a predictable statement.
     
  9. eugenius

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    Make no mistake about it. If you want expensive clothes that don't necessary look expensive, then Kim's Dior is certainly not for you. Maybe try the womenswear instead.

    Some good to great pieces all around, even if I'm not sold on the head-to-toe look. Minus that stupid hair, I don't see anything that's gives me a "WTF?" feeling. Very easy on the eyes. And total coat-porn here.

    And a round of applause for Stephen Jones. His hats here are the perfect designs to add a little punch to this collection. :magic:
     
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    So much better than his Pre-fall, I really like the first coat, and a few knitwears. But that it.

    The thing that still doesn't make sense to me is the way everybody keep hyping him up to become the new Karl Lagerfeld. His clothes are nice, but it's still lacking personality and humor or any distinct point of view. He is like KVA but you don't see KVA being push towards us so aggressively.
     
  11. 90sFan

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    I also always feel bad for the artists he involves. But then again they are probably laughing all the way to the bank! lolz
     
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    Kim Jones is a mistery to me. He undoubtedly heralded the streetwear craze with his early eponymous collections but weirdly did not really bank on the wave he first saw coming, like others did.
    His subsequent work at Dunhill, LV and Dior looks polished and carefully thought out, but new? Groundbreaking? Or just spontaneous? Not really... He really must be an awfully nice guy to be able to go the far with - I won't say so little, that would be un generous - but certainly not that much individuality.
     
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    I find it all incredibly boring.
    some nice coats and even the colour palette is just nice.
     
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    It's perfectly nice. A bit boring and lacking in personality. There's just nothing that makes me want to go visit a Dior boutique though, however I'm sure I could be sold on some of the pieces if I saw them in person.

    I don't get his hype.
     

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