The Front Row Dior Menswear | Fall Winter 2019/2020 | Fashion Show | Keylooks Artistic Director: Kim Jones Inspiration: A couture feeling and a contemporary spirit, the designer delved into the heritage of the brand to revisit the Dior man of today.An original setting with a 76-meter long moving pavement on which models pose like a series of modern statues and contemporary sculptures. Collection: The English designer, Kim Jones asked the artist, Raymond Pettibon to collaborate by revisiting the animal print and incorporating his creative universe into this collection to create unexpected patterns such as the big knit jumper adorned with Mona Lisa’s face.A couture aspect is highlighted through suits, drape work, and a play on scarfs that are integrated into suits. It is also illustrated through a shirt that is entirely embroidered which took longer than 1600 hours to make.The appearance is chic and modern with the use of more technical materials. We also see protective gilets. The colour palette is dark but at the same time bright and plays with contrasts between satin and matte fabrics. Note: The numerous accessories, the jewellery line by Yoon Ahn as well as the revisited saddle bag, nylon used for accessories, gaiters that clip onto boots and leather biker gloves.