PICTURE THIS: For a set that includes a collaboration with a number one up to date artist, it was becoming that Dior ought to create an promoting marketing campaign resembling a sequence of portraits.
Photographer Rafael Pavarotti educated his lens on fashions Thatcher Thornton, Woosang Kim, Djibril N’Diaye and Jean Meyer sporting fall 2021 items based mostly on ceremonial garments, created by Kim Jones, inventive director of males’s collections at Dior, in collaboration with painter Peter Doig.
“The pictures are like work, with a shade palette impressed by Peter Doig’s universe. It’s a mixture between modernity and poetic melancholy,” Jones mentioned in a press release.
The minimalist compositions with colourful backgrounds, in Pavarotti’s signature stark type, draw the attention to equipment, together with hats hand-painted by the artist. The Saddle bag is featured in a treasured model adorned with metallic threads, or in a camouflage motif. Dior jewellery by Yoon Ahn pays homage to Renaissance cameos and officer’s medals.
The marketing campaign, set to interrupt in print within the Japanese version of GQ on July 24, was art-directed by Ronnie Cooke Newhouse and styled by Melanie Ward. Peter Philips did the make-up and Benjamin Muller the hair.