Men's Fashion Week in Paris continues, and now the fashion house Dior has presented its new collection in the French capital. Chris Van Assch, in contrast to the freakish and frankly marginal collection of Demna Gvasalia, relied on the purity of lines and colors, inspired by the silhouettes of the new look of the 1940s. And he was right: if floral robes and T-shirts with children's scribbles can take root among youth subcultures and street style, then classic double-breasted coats, fitted jackets (also with a fancy cut) and fur-trimmed coats will never go out of fashion and will ensure reliable commercial success for their creator.
However, the Dior men's line cannot be called boring: colored fur - albeit in a noble shade of malachite, flared trousers and jeans from the hip, large brooches, a deliberately long belt and casually undone shoelaces will not leave indifferent young fans of Robert Pattinson, who have been waiting for his idol before the show. And Rob did not disappoint them, appearing at the show in brutal total black.