Dior Men Revisits the Classics in the “Modern Tailoring” Capsule Collection

After the logomania buzz and graphic animals in previous collections, Dior Men’s Kim Jones is going back to the classics with the launch of the Dior Men Modern Tailoring capsule collection.

Tailoring has always been the quintessence of men’s fashion and also the central to the know-how of Dior ateliers since its inception. This time, Kim Jones reinterprets and deconstructs the tradition’s formal aesthetic in an exclusive capsule collection called Modern Tailoring, a collection that combines the house’s codes with Jones’ contemporary vision. The result is a contemporary reinvention of smart-casual attire.

The line consists of three jackets, along with three pants styles that are designed for versatile daily life, whatever the occasion or mood, at once casual and sophisticated. Each piece stands out for its structured cut and contemporary silhouette, making them look effortlessly sophisticated when mixed and matched.

The double-breasted jacket stands out for its structure cut and adorned with a signature cross strap. The second model exudes workwear vibe with a more urban attitude, while the third style, a Harrington jacket, combines refinement and comfort. They are all adorned with a matte black CD icon pin, buttons borrowed from the bar suit and a lining patterned with the cannage motif and matching interior button.

The pants style consists of a suit pants, a chino for a more relaxed style, and a jogging pant. As the finishing touch, the new B27 Sneakers and the CD loafers complete the looks of this new capsule collection; an ultra-modern vision of tailoring with a promise of timelessness.

For the campaign, Jones invited photographer Brett Lloyd for his modern vision. He also featured actors Arnaud Valois, Jérémie Laheurte, model Younes Bendjima and artist Kailand Morris