Dior presents CAPSULE COLLECTION DIOR SPRING 2023

“we have worked with lots of different people on our collections, but this time i wanted to work with someone in a different way; i wanted somebody to see Dior from a different angle.with Eli Russell Linnetz, not only do i like his work but working with a younger designer on Dior men and seeing things from his perspective, felt incredibly inspiring. it was both familiar and revelatory; reaffirming why we both dreamed about working in fashion in the first place.” Kim Jones

“we started looking at the Dior archive from the year of my birth, 1991.this was during Gianfranco Ferré’s period as artistic director and was a part of the history of Dior that felt completely fresh for both Kim and me. The idea of ‘maximalism’ comes from there and from me – a coming together of chaos and perfectionism. There’s a collision of moments in time and history throughout the collection, of cross-generational and spatial meetings in time.” Eli Russell Linnetz, ERL

a spring evening on windward avenue in Venice, California… here, on an iconic street so familiar from film, a merging of art and life takes place, of art and fashion’s role in the artistic direction of the not-so-everyday. silhouettes emerge – that Parisian high fashion savoir-faire with Californian pop culture pomp; Venice beach with the 8th arrondissement; perfection and subversion, tempered with a sincere appreciation of everything.

The temporal flow of fashion, where successive generations inspire each other, is made more formal with Kim Jones, artistic director of mens collections, choosing to work with guest designer Eli Russell Linnetz, creative director of Erl, on this latest Dior collection.

The house is again reimagined and revivified by each designer, combining their autobiographies with that of the legendary line of predecessors who have been the artistic directors of women’s and menswear from Christian Dior onwards.

After all, Linnetz was born and raised in Venice, and the history of the place peppers the garments, drawing parallels with that of Paris. a pop sensibility and American male archetypes infuse classic house motifs writ larger than life. thus cannage made into satin and leather quilting into skate sneakers or unravelling on crystal encrusted trousers.

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PRODUCTION & DIRECTION VILLA EUGÉNIE

MUSIQUE / MUSIC SIMON PARRIS

“ONLY SHALLOW” PERFORMED BY MY BLOODY VALENTINE WRITTEN BY KEVIN SHIELDS & BILINDA COYNE

“OCEAN“ PERFORMED BY LUSH WRITTEN BY MIKI ELEONARA BERENYI

“GOODBYE HORSES” PERFORMED BY Q LAZZARUS & WILLIAM GARVEY WRITTEN BY WILLIAM GARVEY

STYLING MELANIE WARD WITH ELLIE GRACE CUMMING

CASTING / SHELLEY DURKAN

MAKE-UP PETER PHILIPS FOR DIOR

COIFFURE / HAIR GUIDO PALAU

HATS STEPHEN JONES

COSTUME JEWELRY YOON AHN

A WARM THANKS TO THE ATELIERS AND THE SUPPLIERS OF THE HOUSE

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