Dior presents a poetic campaign for its Winter 2021-2022 Collection
For the coming season, there is reinterpretation, inspiration and, as always, a dive into the Houseinheritance
As we enter the second half of 2021, Dior is unveiling a new campaign highlighting its Men’s Winter 2021-2022 collection. Through this seasonal collection, Kim Jones reinterprets formal wear, a captivating source of inspiration and a constantly reinvented reference to the house’s heritage. More precisely, each glance exalts the excellent know-how of Ateliers Dior and celebrates the singular enchantment of the paintings of the British artist Peter Doig.
The campaign itself was photographed by Rafael Pavarotti and features models Thatcher Thornton, Woosang Kim, Djibril N’diaye and Jean. “Raphael Pavarotti really gave a contemporary touch to this Dior homme Winter 2021-2022 campaign,” said Kim Jones. “The photographs are like paintings, with a color palette inspired by the world of Peter Doig. It is a mix between modernity and poetic melancholy.
As for the collection itself, each exceptional piece is an ode to the fascinating aesthetic of Peter Doig. The silhouettes are complemented by poetic punctuations, with hats and berets based on the styles worn by his subjects. A virtuoso expression of infinite creativity, these hand-painted works exceed the limits of the imagination.
A final touch, the line’s accessories also embody this artistic encounter: the Saddle bag is unveiled this season in a precious cannetille version adorned with metallic threads or adorned with a delicate camouflage pattern. Available in rich shades of chocolate and cognac as well as denim, this iconic print is also featured on the Dior Explorer boots. Yoon Ahn’s Dior jewelry pays homage to Renaissance cameos and officer’s medals, bold emblems of the men’s wardrobe. Dialogues with art in all its forms, these creations transcend eras and codes.