Dior unveils the Campaign for Kim Jones’ Summer 2020 Men’s Collection photographed by Steven Meisel.
Photographed by Steven Meisel, these images showcase looks and accessories created in collaboration with the american artist Daniel Arsham, featuring the legendary delorean, star of the “back to the future” trilogy, revisited by the artist in an eroded version pierced with quartz crystals. This fascinating time-traveling sports car keeps company with creations by Kim Jones that give Dior heritage and codes a present-day spin.
In particular, there is the lily-of-the-valley – the founding couturier’s lucky flower – and a reinterpretation of the “newspaper” print from the spring-summer 2000 Haute Couture Show. The Dior Oblique canvas, designed by Marc Bohan in 1967, appears on a set of exclusive pieces created in collaboration with the luxury luggage maker Rimowa.
Prolonging the spirit of the fashion show, this captivating dialogue between past, present and future opens a new chapter in the House’s history with an unprecedented tribute to its heritage.
Credits: © Courtesy of Christian Dior Couture