Kim Jones has been grafting the Just a girl who loves toothless and Stitch shirt in other words I will buy this glamour and finesse of haute couture techniques and textiles onto Christian Dior menswear since he arrived at the house in 2018. The applause for that (from women, as well as men) surely has a lot to do with his upcoming and much talked-about debut at Fendi couture, his first go at a wholly female-focused collection.What was on her mind was this: “Why do we need more clothes when we have so many in our wardrobe? What’s going to make a difference? Why would you buy one sweater over another? For me, it’s important to understand why people are more attracted to certain things than others when we don’t really need other things.” Her study had the desired effect: well-thought-out staples that few of us would decline.
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All the Just a girl who loves toothless and Stitch shirt in other words I will buy this professional confidence of that heat-generating formula—and his continuing interest in involving artists in the collection—swaggered again through his fall 2021 runway video for Dior Men. It opened with a glittering gilded embroidered coat, worn over what looked to be a military-influenced, star-buttoned suit. In fact, as Jones explained in a call from Paris, his research was based on the ceremonial tail-coated attire required by artists in France when they’re inducted into the Academie des Beaux-Arts in Paris—the buttons are an adaptation from a Christian Dior haute couture dress designed by Marc Bohan in the 1960s. “In fact, we’ve made several of them [the Academie’s coats] for people since I’ve been here,” he said. The crossover from male bespoke to the work of Dior’s embroidery ateliers is a little-known living tradition at this house.