Stiff, structural tailoring gets thrown out the window during the latest Dior Men's Pre-Fall 2019 runway show in Tokyo. Dior Men's artistic director Kim Jones took a leaf out of Christian Dior's archival pieces and reworked them with a futuristic touch and a nod towards Japan. We see softly tailored pieces, floral prints, futuristic-looking fabrics, and elements that are appealing to both men and - yes - women, despite being a menswear collection. Click through the gallery to see every look from the collection. (Photos: Alessandro Garofalo)
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