The Dior Homme Spring 2014 collection references retro menswear looks from the 50s. If you're a die-hard fan of the Grease musical, you're sure to appreciate the collection's rebellious and leather-clad range. Leather jackets, structured suits and slicked back hair styles took center stage in this presentation that embodied and underlying aesthetic of polished rock-and-roll.
Known for its sleek brand aesthetic, Dior Homme's looks tend to be more rebellious than those from designer Raf Simons' womenswear range. In addition to its traditional greaser uniforms, this collection of retro menswear looks also featured round sunglasses styles and patchwork suiting that played with texture while exploring unlikely textile combinations.
Putting focus on effortless elegance, this collection proves that retro styles often re-emerge as modern looks.
Retro Greaser Runways
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