A$AP Rocky, Kid Cudi & KAWS at Kim Jones' First Dior Show in Paris

Stars line up to attend the designer’s inaugural collection.

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A star-studded list of attendees showed their support for Kim Jones who unveiled his first collection for Dior Homme Spring/Summer 2019 during Paris Fashion Week. KAWS worked with the designer to erect a large-scale floral Companion structure as the centerpiece for the label’s runway alongside a gamut of high-fashion garments and accessories. Moreover, Yoon Ambush designed a series of dog bone pieces inspired by Christian Dior’s dog, Bobby, and Matthew Williams of Alyx also contributed to the show with the creation of special CD buckles.

Luka Sabbat, Virgil Abloh, Blondey McCoy, A$AP Rocky, and Naomi Campbell were also among the few celebrities who sat front row at the show. Get a behind-the-scenes look at the celebrity-filled event by watching the video above and let us know your thoughts.

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