Paris Fashion Week Men FW22 Day 4: Dior Homme, Juun.J,Dries Van Noten Paris Fashion Week Men FW22 Day 4: Dior Homme, Juun.J,Dries Van Noten Vanity Teen 虚荣青年 Lifestyle & new faces magazine

Paris Fashion Week Men FW22 Day 4: Dior Homme, Juun.J,Dries Van Noten

Dior Homme

A silhouette, silhouettes which appear and impose themselves more and more on the imagination. The sketches fix this work of the mind […] but not as a static composition – no, these are silhouettes in motion.” 

Christian Dior

A link between past, present, and future, staged by recreating the majestic Pont Alexandre III as a backdrop, Dior Homme’s collection for this season symbolizes the entrenchment and connection of a legacy begun by Monsieur Dior and now continued by Kim Jones. While the monumental bridge is considered by some to be an open-air museum, today’s show was a journey through time.

Amidst a movement of silhouettes of different cuts and colors that metamorphosed between looks to establish a collection that continues the dialogue between the Maison’s founder and the current creative director. From the foundations of subtle shades of grey to

pastel tones to the interweaving of French and British sartorial styles…a dialogue where the positions (styles) of the other are exchanged without overshadowing each other and retaining their own style.

The result is contemporary sportswear pieces linked with an inseparable sense of formality, elegance, and contemporaneity, establishing what the collection describes as “a symbolic and timeless bridge between nature and culture, love and luck so dear to Dior”. Crossing the Dior bridge, we came across a set of sculptures (silhouettes) worthy of the House’s 75th-anniversary celebration. #DiorWinter22


One cannot deny that airport fashion has its own chapter in fashion history. Be it the craze during the pre-smartphone stages to today with pop celebrities, this style has its own appeal.

At a time like this when travel restrictions abound, arriving at gate FW’22 is Juun.J. landing with “Juun.Jset” a collection inspired by the photographs of jet-setters from the 60s and 70s as well as today’s pop stars who stand out for this style.

Making the most of the various facilities at Seoul’s Incheon International Airport, the models present looks that include versions of the quilted jacket presented in different voluminous versions; trousers across a black, green and coppery brown color palette. The collection demonstrates that you can travel in comfort and style.

Jil Sander

Dries Van Noten 

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