Photography: Richard Phibbs
By Katherine Mateo, April 13th, 2012
The Coachella festival is this weekend, bringing together artists and concert goers from all around the country. This year men, take your festival look to another level we at CITYist have selected some items for you guys that are lucky enough to be attending. Check out some of our favorite festival pieces.
By Rebekah Meiser, January 5th, 2011
No matter the weather, sunglasses are a welcome addition to any look. And if there’s a pair guaranteed to shield your eyes from either the blazing sun or quick to fade trends, it’s Dior Homme’s AL 13.2. This updated version of the classic Dior Homme “Pilot” shades are the perfect coalition of sleek and stylish.
By Eva Medoff, May 6th, 2010
Film is the new medium of choice for fashionable expression—from Viktor & Rolf’s spring 2009 video runway show to the The Olsen project The Row’s video look book. Now, Dior Homme has released a vignette in collaboration with Nowness.com to showcase the spring/summer collection. It’s certainly melancholy enough, with plenty of blank stares and forlorn piano notes to go around, but it does show off some great trenches. Click here to watch.
By Joanna Barrios, March 18th, 2010
Of the few things that are crucial necessities for every guy’s wardrobe, a Dior Homme Classic Polo is a must. The timeless cotton polo-shirt features a white or black edge on the sleeves and collars, topped with the signature Dior Homme Bee embroidered on the right breast. Welcome the warm weather with a Dior Homme Classic polo in bright blue, navy, white, deep red, beige, brown or black. The polos are available at Dior Homme NYC 212-421-6009 and priced at $150.
Photography by Phil Knott
By Eva Medoff, March 8th, 2010
Androgyny reached denim long ago, primarily with the advent of the skinny jean into punk rockers’ wardrobes. Flash forward 30 odd years or so, and we’ve now got a men’s line (Dior Homme) debuting a women’s denim collection, Petite Taille. As confusing as this might be, we should just thank Annie Hall, put our assumptions aside, and focus on the jeans: four skinny-cut pairs made of Japanese denim in indigo, light blue and black. Some sporting rips or pocket piercings, all of the jeans are engineered specifically for a woman’s body, but with the “Dior Homme spirit.” What exactly does that mean? We’d imagine you have to try a pair on to find out.