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Dior SS07 “We Look Good Together” Black Pants

Regular price $175.00
Regular price Sale price $175.00
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Waist : 15.35 Inches

Rise : 9.25 Inches

Thigh : 10.25 Inches

Inseam : Inches

Knee : 7.65 Inches

Leg Opening : 7 Inches

Recommended 30/29 Waist, refer to measurements

These pants seen the light of day in it’s birthed collection “We Look Good Together” from 2007 and is noted to be Hedi’s last spring & summer collection presented under Dior Homme.

2001-2002 Established as a menswear line of Christian Dior from the Paris collection of A / W. Hedi Slimane, who was the designer of the menswear line at Yves Saint Laurent, was the artistic director of the brand launch.

Prior to the launch of Dior Homme, there was a men's line called Dior Mush, which was designed by Patrick La Voie.

From the first season, Dior Homme has created a sensation in the world. "I want men to be more sophisticated and attractive," said artistic director Hedi Slimane, who unveiled a work with a very tight silhouette centered on black, leather black ties, and slender jackets. bottom. Slender denim and skinny jeans were also big hits.

Dior Homme's style influenced designers around the world, created a trend and was featured in many magazines in Japan. This momentum continues to this day. In response to these achievements, Hedi Slimane was selected as the "Designer of the Year" by the CFDA in 2002. In 2007, Slimane resigned as Dior Homme's artistic director, despite his illustrious achievements.

In April 2007, Kris Van Assche was announced as the creative director of Dior Homme. Kris Van Assche was an assistant to Hedi Slimane at the time of Dior Homme's launch, and had experience with Dior Homme until September 2004, when his brand was founded. Ash's Dior Homme started from 2008 S / S. His first season attracted attention with classic and elegant elements. Although he was whispered by Sriman's resignation, Dior Homme continues to grow to this day, partly due to Ash's success.

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