This Fashion Week was Punky! (we LOVE)
But, Designer Kris Van Assche was drawn to another riotous subculture; the explosive of the UK's acid house in the late 80s and the rise of a youthquake! Taking him into a supercharged energy for this season. It was one of Van Assche’s strongest for Dior Homme. Young people from all backgrounds came together, unified by sound and movement. The location was transformed into an industrial Fun Fair. A black roller-coaster structure with leery carnival lights, looming over the audience and catwalk. Silhouettes were big, trousers gaping from the ankles with netted tops in both black and nude. Outerwear and heavy raincoat style cuts. Rips, tears and a f*cked up look. A memorable uniform for rebellion. All together, it was full of life, energy and subversion.