At 21:00 Beijing time on December 8, DIOR’s 2021 Autumn Menswear Collection was grandly released in Beijing.
This season, Kim Jones collaborated with American artist Kenny Scharf to create many colorful graffiti prints with a bit of Chinese characteristics.
DIOR also set up a live broadcast scene in Beijing, inviting more than 20 stars such as Wang Junkai, Angelababy, Wang Ziwen, Huang Xuan, Chen Feiyu, etc., to watch this grand live broadcast together. Take a look at the celebrity friends who watched the show last night (red carpet order).
The right to reshape the statue & Zhang Yadong
Dou Xiao & He Chaolian
Huang Xuan, Wang Junkai, Chen Feiyu, Huang Jingyu, Han Dongjun, 5 “DIOR boys”, also wore the 2021 Fall men’s collection as soon as the release ended, performing a short “catwalk show” for the audience.
After the show, there were wonderful live performances brought by Deng Ziqi and Liu Yuxin, which were enthusiastic and explosive. The band’s right to recreate the statue sang five songs, including “Sounds For Celebration.”
Last night’s temperature in Beijing was close to freezing, but the scene where more than 20 stars gathered did not feel a little chill.
Chinese style elements
Although it is a virtual show, Kim Jones chose the location for this season’s release
, which is a continuation of DIOR’s global vision after Tokyo and Miami.
A virtual runway for DIOR’s Fall 2021 menswear collection
It is also a tribute to Chinese culture by DIOR, and in 1948, the founder of the brand, Mr. Christian Dior, designed fashion that paid tribute to China.
Kenny Scharf collaboration series
Kenny Scharf’s stylish color graffiti prints appear extensively in this season’s work.
Shirts, coats, knits, pants, undershirts, handbags, waist seals, shoes… Everywhere.
In addition to the location of the release in Beijing, DIOR Dior will also be released this season
“Zodiac”, lantern spike, Chinese red
and other traditional Chinese elements are used in menswear design.
The white suit worn by Huang Xuan on the catwalk is added with a Chinese embroidered waist seal and lantern tassels, which is a very Chinese style element.
The red blouse that Wang Junkai wore on the catwalk was bright Chinese red; There are also the models’ “Nezha heads”, which are the embodiment of Chinese elements.
Kenny Scharf’s printed jacket also adds lantern spikes to the hem of the garment.
Chinese style elements