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Art meets fashion – experience the Dior Mens Winter 2021-2022 collection

You're invited to experience the Dior's mens collection for winter 2021-2022.

The collection was be unveiled in a showcase on Friday January 22, one which was live streamed for all to see.

Dior Mens Winter 2021-2022

For this collection, creative director for Dior Homme, Kim Jones, chose to collaborate with Peter Doig. Doig is one of the most singular and prolific painters of the last three decades, and he brought his unique vision into these winter designs.

Dior Mens Winter 2021-2022

A reinvention of ceremonial wear with a veritable living link to heritage, the designs evoke the British artist's bewitching universe. We see paintings are transposed onto key pieces, canvases playing host to detailed embroidery, jacquards, vibrant hues and electric prints.

Dior Mens Winter 2021-2022

Paired with hats designed by Stephen Jones, the Dior Mens Winter 2021-2022 collection is a bold celebration of passion, design and the unique dialogue between art and fashion.

The show took place at 2pm Parisian time or midnight for those of us in Australia on 22nd January.

Dior Mens Winter 2021-2022

This is a special collection for Dior because its one that will be released exclusively online - a very unique move for this historic House.

Dior Mens Winter 2021-2022

Watch a playback of the showcase below.

Ahead of this exciting event, Dior had released two teaser trailers for the showcase. Shared on the House's YouTube channel, the trailers gave glimpses of what the show would be about.

You can watch both teaser trailers below.

The Diors Mens Winter 2021-2022 collection is a project from the creative mind of Kim Jones, English fashion designer and creative director of Dior Homme. Jones has been at the helm of the mens division of Dior since March 2018. His first ever collection for Dior Homme debuted at Mens Fashion Week in Paris in June of 2018.

Notably, Jones and Dior together designed custom outfits for K-Pop sensations BTS. He was also the designer behind David Beckham's morning suit worn at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. In addition to his role at Dior Homme, Jones is also the artistic direct of Fendi womens collection - a role that was previously held by Karl Lagerfeld.

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