Dior introduces its Pre-Fall 2019 menswear collection designed by Kim Jones with a beautifully captured lookbook shot by Steven Meisel. The range spotlights a selection of outerwear goods, suits, trousers, footwear, shirts, accessories, and more.
The seasonal pieces made its original debut back in November last year during a Kim Jones presentation, with the show set with metallic walls and colorful laser beams. The editorial follows the same sci-fi theme with collaborative efforts by Hajime Sorayama, a Japanese artist. The campaign follows his work and own iteration of the fashion house's logo reimagined to be a metallic version with a hypnotic eye replacing the "O." This is also seen adorning a selection of fashion designs as well, including the turtleneck sweater, saddle bag, and trench coat.
Image Credit: Steven Meisel
Dior's Pre-Fall 2019 Men's Capsule is Captured by Steven Meisel
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2. Collaborative Campaigns - Collaborating with artists like Hajime Sorayama allows fashion brands to create unique and eye-catching campaigns that attract attention.
3. Metallic Accents - Using metallic accents in fashion designs and accessories adds a futuristic and visually appealing element to the collection.
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3. Photography - Photographers like Steven Meisel can experiment with unique concepts and visuals when shooting fashion editorials that incorporate sci-fi elements.