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Dior Homme F/W '05

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Brian SD, Feb 1, 2005.

  1. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

    Mar 8, 2002
    Moscow, Idaho
    The man speaks true.
  2. modsquad

    modsquad Senior member

    Jul 2, 2004
    Alexandria, VA
    This is a wonderful collection, I think, that succeeds in several ways. First of all, the clothes seem to impart an extra dose of confidence to the wearer. I realize that models should be confident in clothes but even given that the guys seem to have some extra swagger coming, maybe, from the rock and roll pedigree of the outfits. The outfits are balanced really well: they are not top-heavy despite the skinny jeans. This makes them imaginative but not outlandish (except for the half of the collection that really is outlandish). The coats and the jeans work great together: the short cutaway in no. 16 is incredible and the straight 3/4 length coats (4, 22) are right on target also. These are going out clothes that are not just for posing (although they certainly are that). You don't have to drag your look around with you. You can actually do something in it: cajole doormen, order drinks, dance, get into fights, go home with someone you hardly know, all the things you're supposed to do when you go out.

    Sure, some of the guys are done up like the New York Dolls, so what? Fred Grant and Cary Astaire are not the only fashion paragons out there and neither of them will do you any good in the meat packing district (New York, West Side) next Saturday night.
  3. Parker

    Parker Senior member Dubiously Honored

    Jan 9, 2005
    Yerba Buena
    I dig it. A tad too androgenous for my taste, but I think it looks good on those skinny rocker dudes. I preferred his last collection, a little more masculine. I think Slimane's got the right idea with the fitted, low slung thing. It's pretty cool lookin. For me, I also like his own get-up.. jeans, sport coat, chuck's and a scarf. Thanks for posting this.
  4. j

    j Senior member Admin

    Feb 17, 2002
    Seattle, WA
    Wow.. I couldn't see the pictures before for some reason, but I finally got to look at it. I gotta say, I would rock about 70% of that stuff (the real world stuff, not including the gold shoes and scarves and crap). In fact, some of it looks like what I sometimes (try to) throw together from the thrift shops. Unfortunately, pants that slim are not to be found outside 'fashion' labels, for the most part. Assuming I could get a longer rise on the pants, I'd take most of it.

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