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Dior Men Fall 2019

For his third Dior Men collection in eight months, Kim Jones set up camp at the foot of the Eiffel Tower in a monumental rectangular black tent that loomed against the setting sun.
Having commissioned artists to create giant sculptures for his debut in Paris in June and his pre-fall show in Tokyo in November, this time he let the venue be the statement. His fall line, featuring a collaboration with U.S. artist Raymond Pettibon, was shown on static models ferried past guests on a 250-foot-long conveyor belt.
As Daft Punk’s “Musique” sent the subwoofers shuddering, the first look emerged: a gray suit layered with a tactical vest hand-embroidered with Pettibon’s owl design. Jones said it was no relation to the “gilets jaunes” — the antigovernment protesters known for their distinctive yellow vests who threaten to disrupt the Paris men’s shows on Saturday, prompting Dior to move its display forward by one day.
“When we were looking for show venues, we were just looking at the statues around Paris with all the armor, and I thought it would be nice to see what something over a suit would look like — so that’s where it comes from. It’s not a reference to what’s

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