Dior Homme Outfits France’s Political Revolution With Its 2018 Spring/Summer Collection

Kris Van Assche unveiled his latest Dior Homme collection for 2018 spring/summer today at Paris Fashion Week. The first 20-or-so models strolled down the grass-led runway in the Belgium designer’s signature take on the black suit, one that is athletic and worn with white trainers, evidently. Then, just as Assche often does, a bight red bursted out behind the black curtain, followed by a sleeveless “PARIS” sweatshirt in the colors of France’s flag. The creative director is a public proponent of France’s President Emmanuel Macron, making his range of blue-white-and-red-colored collegiate-wear appear to be for the country’s young political revolution.

For a better look at Dior Homme’s 2018 spring/summer show at Paris Fashion Week, check out our Facebook Livestream here.