I don't see people hating on dior homme here. Don't know where you're getting that from, man. I can think of several users here off the top of my head who are very knowledgeable about streetwear and would probably be very likely to show a surprising amount of education, should you actually make a tactful attempt at discussion. To add (from LA Guy),
Yes, you have to be super skinny to wear his designs, but that is only because most fat people are not particularly suited to wearing clothes based on straight lines.
Did this not satisfy you? Since I missed the original discussion, and Dior Homme and other edgy designers are something I feel strongly about, now is the best time to engage, I suppose. How Dior Homme fits the models is not how Dior Homme fits in real life anyway. I don't know what sizes the models are wearing, but I'm of a very similar build to them, and 36R in Dior Homme is still baggy on me. It has, as LA Guy rightfully pointed out, a straight, linear emphasis. It looks oversized and linear, and does not create the wrinkles and streetish appearance that it looks on Slimane's runway. They must make size 34R's for the models or something so that they look as tight-fitted as they do. Like most of the other designer-enthused people here, I do appreciate and like Slimane's designs, but much prefer other designers, my favorites being Yohji Yamamoto, Jil Sander and Helmut Lang - all of which give me a much better fit with blazers and general wear than Dior Homme.