Dior Homme Spring 2015 Menswear Collection

Posted on June 30, 2014

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    • RussellH88

      I like the more basic pieces, but when they get a bit more “out there” with the handwriting and the crayon scribbles they lose me.

      • Thomas

        I think the crayon scribbles are cool. The handwriting? Not so much

      • MoHub

        I like the crayon scribbles.

    • Frank_821

      I don’t hate it but I am not that excited by it either

    • Danielle

      I’m on board with those studded shoes. The rest of it is meh.

      • evave2

        I liked the shoes too.

    • Glam Dixie

      Excuse me? What is this? Wearable pieces with minimal what the fuckery? Is hell freezing over? Lots of sweaters for a spring collection tho.

      • BayTampaBay

        Glam, agree with you! I think this is an excellent collection.

      • evave2

        I agree, I think the crayon and written-on pieces have some sass.

        From the normal looking young men (not as androgynous as YSL just totally unremarkable looking) to the street-marching shoes and the nice jeans in-between it whispers “buy me.”

      • joything

        No kidding. The pick-up-stix, crayon scribbles and handwriting are eyerolls, but for the most part this looks like what a fashion-forward young man would wear sober.

    • http://armchairauthor.wordpress.com/ LesYeuxHiboux

      I don’t know if I’m on board with the bro-tanks-as-sweater vests, but I like the “Young Pete Campbell in 2014″ most of this is bringing. It surprises me how much I like the pieces graffiti-ed with handwriting, they are well executed. This is very wearable, a teensy bit adventurous in places, stuff for modern men who care about their appearance.

      That suit with the shattered, falling stripes is stuck in my brain, with boystar bodies cycling through. Haven’t found a good match yet but I’d love to seem them try. I’m circling Paul Rudd or Andy Samberg.

      • kimmeister

        What you call bro-tanks look like old timey swimming suits. That look ridiculous worn as vests.

      • demidaemon

        Yeah, I’m not sure about the scoop neck sweater vests. Very weird and the shape isn’t really doing anything but being weird. It is Dior, after all.

        • smayper

          Agree with all of you, especially those bumblebee ones.

    • http://foodycat.blogspot.co.uk/ Alicia

      I can’t really deal with horizontal pinstripes, I associate it with a gag on MASH about a million years ago. But I actually really hope a boystar wears that, or the suit with the handwriting, on the red carpet.

      • Coleen

        I’m thinking Pharrell and Elijah Wood.

      • marlie

        I *love* the one with the horizontal pinstripes. It’s that fairly subtle detail that amps up an otherwise standard look.

        • kimmeister

          It makes me think of reverse notebook paper. I suddenly want to write my name on the upper right hand corner in white pencil.

      • prettyinmink

        My first thought when I saw that suit was M*A*S*H as well…LOL.

    • MilaXX

      I like. Then again, it’s really not that much of an out there collection. Compared to some of the men’s wear we’ve seen, this is down right tame.

      • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour

        Compared to the other stuff we’ve seen, this is almost not horrible.

    • Wink

      A few “costumey” pieces, but a lot of this is quite attractive. Yay!

    • KellsBells

      Could we not tuck in sweaters? Thanks.

    • decormaven

      The vests remind me of Harry Potter. The Crayola scribbles recall the Breakin’ movies for me.

    • marlie

      I’m not digging the pieces that have what looks like confetti on them, or the pieces with writing/graffiti. I like the suits with the pinstripes, and I really like a lot of the striped sweaters.

    • Thomas

      LOVE this collection. Did Raf design this?

      • demidaemon

        Interesting. Raf does have his own menswear line, so that makes sense. But that guy’s last name is….unfortunate.

        • Thomas

          lol

      • boweryboy

        Van Assche has been Dior Homme’s creative director since 2007. It makes we wonder what he would do for womenswear if given the chance. Raf Simons has got to go.

    • Coleen

      My daughter puts things over her eyes like those sunglasses. Then she walks into walls. She’s two.

    • barbarienne

      The stripey sweaters made me think they’re being divided into houses at Hogwarts.

      The wild scribble patterns are obviously the color divisions for houses at some wizarding art school.

    • frannyprof

      Dear Sweet Baby Jesus: Please don’t allow pointy-toed white velcro sneakers to become a thing. Amen.

    • SewingSiren

      Very cute. And very young. I love the dress shoes, especially the ones with white specks.

    • NMMagpie

      Loving the coats! The knits are refreshing.

      Nothing too out there.

    • LibKat

      Does the fact that I can imagine real human males wearing many of these mean that it fails as FASHION?

    • BayTampaBay

      Not Bad! I like it much better than the latest women’s Dior collection

    • TinyDynamo

      I LOVE this collection. LOVE IT. I want to marry it & have crazy preppy 80s hipster babies with it. To me it feels like a well-done mashup of traditional prep with an unexpected twist, and it’s fantastic. Sure, all together it might read as costumey, but this has the potential to break apart into fantastic pieces that are unmistakably Dior Homme.

    • RescueMe23

      Finally

    • Mrs. Julien

      So at least this corner of the Dior empire has things relatively under control.

      • Deedles

        I KNOW! What the heck? The women get crap and the guys get mainly wearable stuff.

      • Audrey Lee

        Definitely one of the first thoughts to come across my mind. Poor JLaw and Marion Cotillard getting stuck with..well…Dior, and the boys are getting really snazzy looks. It’s unfair to the ladies!

    • Monabel

      Prep school sociopaths.

      • ballerinawithagun

        Perfect! The total look with the short is too preppy for me but there is lots here to like. Love the suits! But nothing groundbreaking. The only thing I hate are the Michael’s Craft Store scribbles jeans and jean jacket; I’m not ready for those to come back.

    • Fanny_Trollope

      Nerd boys in mostly cute clothes! Imma call this a win.

    • irielle

      I love the handwriting tie. I liked the jeans with the writing at first, but then they started looking too much like a Pinterest project to me.

    • Audrey Lee

      I really hate the Couture by Five Year Old thing they have going on with some of these pieces. Which is a shame because the more classic pieces are gorrrgeous and way less hot mess. The very last one on the bottom row has whiffs of PeeWee though and it makes me laugh.

    • demidaemon

      Not sure about scoop neck sweater vests. And a lot of the looks seem ill-fitting. But overall, this one is firmly in the like column. Quibbles: May be too basic; depends way too much on pinstripe pants as a filler piece (also pinstripe boy shorts make me think of Hollywood-style private schools, which is not good).

    • kcaza

      I need to find a rich old guy to buy me most of this.

      The signature motif is really hit or miss though – it works well with the shirts and outerwear (it rendered in a sweater would’ve been great albeit fairly difficult) even the suit if I stretch my imagination but the belts are distracting and the jeans are horrid.

    • Patrick Cleary

      These are 80s-fabulous!

      The clothes with the writing on them remind me of Victoria Grayson’s awesome evil-plotting-chair.

    • Gatto Nero

      Schoolboys in stripes and scribbles.
      Mostly OK, except for the jeans, which are hideous.

    • conniemd

      Some wearable pieces, but I don’t get that handwriting shirt they have under vests, sweaters and suits. The handwriting looks Arabic or Yiddish, but who can tell. Nothing that really jumps out and grabs me though, a bit boring but not crazy.

    • http://trooperschaf.blogspot.de/ TrooperSchaf

      Dior didn’t get the note… all of those are kinda wearable in different combinations. I thought this season’s menswear was all about “oh no they didn’t”

    • Crystal

      LOVE

    • jonnyf8

      Nope. The clothes look cheap too.

    • Mothra

      My fave is the suit that clearly fell into the bin of shredded paper.

    • KinoEye

      Clothes that don’t appear to be a joke on the wearer. Kris Van Assche knows what he’s doing.

    • sleepycat

      meh, not in love with the prints, but of course love the stripes

    • Kerry McCombs

      12 year old models again. Is this a thing?

    • smayper

      I actually liked many of the pieces, but I got the uncontrollable giggles at the pinstripe shorts with dress shoes and black socks. Everyone’s grandpa wore something like that at some point, right?

    • jif

      Reminds me of Paul Smith. Not a bad thing.

    • boweryboy

      Dreamy and delicious. I want so much stuff from this collection – probably because it isn’t tainted by the taint of Raf SImons.

    • quiltrx

      Finally…a menswear collection that doesn’t make me weep or go into laughing hysterics. Not that I love all of it, but it looks wearable.
      Love the studded shoes, and I’m surprised how much I like that suit that looks like it’s covered with matchsticks.

    • http://www.ellenciompi.com/ NurseEllen

      Oh people of a certain age, do you remember shorthand? The pieces with the writing on them made me suddenly flashback to my class in Gregg.

      I do like the Crayola squiggle numbers, especially the sweater and the denim jacket. Many pieces in this collection look downright wearable for a change!

    • http://asskickingadviser.com/ Ass Kicking Adviser

      Ok boys, use these pieces judiciously and come to your preppy-lovin’ mama.

    • Annaline39

      Whew

    • mar

      The shoes with the silver studs – just LOVE them!

    • http://wipgirl.wordpress.com Kristel

      A few years back I’d had a little conversation with someone here about quilting fabric trends appearing on the red carpets a year or two later than they hit quilting fabric…. and text/writing prints have been huge in the (modern) quilting world the last couple years. I’m still not quite sure I believe we quilters get these trends earlier (2 things that I can think of aren’t really a big sample size) but it sure does amuse me to think about. (Someone might make an argument about metallic, but I won’t buy it as an example until it appears on the fabric, rather than just shoes and accessories, where it cycles in and out anyway.)

    • Linderella

      Please don’t let tank tops over button-down shirts become a thing. Ugh.
      Oh, and models, get those hands out of your pockets!

    • DLJoe

      I don’t know, there’s some stuff I dig here and there, but hasn’t the 80’s rehashing been done to death by now? Comes across as lazy.

    • Renaissance_Man_ATL

      Shockingly normal!