'On The Line' with Kris Van Assche for Dior Homme Spring 2018 Collection

We talk over the collection and custom Dior BMX bike.

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For a closer look at Dior Homme’s Spring 2018 collection, we went straight to the source, getting On The Line with the Parisian label’s artistic director, Kris Van Assche.

Over the phone, Kris tells us the collection’s inspiration consist of a “the day after the rave party” narrative. Pairing sneakers and sportswear with blazers and polo shirts, the looks are befitting for the young man who is living an active lifestyle, but also holds an interest in luxury fashion. KVA explains the collection was an exercise in contrast, looking to fuse the DNA of the storied Dior label with a new “streetwear” attitude.

In our split-screen format, we take a look at Kris’s favorite look of the season, as well as the entirety of the collection, from tops and bottoms, to footwear and accessories – pairing the garments with the one-of-a-kind customized Dior Homme BMX bike.

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