50s greasers aren’t just for the movies, they come back in the collection of Dior Homme Spring 2014. This spring, the Dior man is featured in dazzling runway mirror sets, with patches being the main theme in the garment collection. The collection also takes inspiration from Mondrian’s abstract work, with colorful panels along the front of silky shirts. The colors of the collection are dark blue and burgundy, prepared for Wall Street and smart workmen alike.
Hair is slickly parted, paired with black rounded shades and leather jackets. The whole collection emulates effortless cool, in a 1950s-greaser-meets-modern-artist kind of way. I love the fusion of eras in this collection, whilst maintaining the classic Dior look. These looks are wearable for any man who is daring and seeking a statement piece for their wardrobe.
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