Unknown works of Ramon Pettibon served as a backdrop for the Dior advertising campaign

Dior Homme presented the autumn collection advertising campaign. In it, the designs of creative director Kim Jones are demonstrated against the backdrop of the work of American artist Ramon Pettibon, who created the covers of the Goo album for the band Sonic Youth.

“We chose our favorite paintings of Ramon, which no one had seen before. I really like them, ”commented Kim Jones on the floor.

Pettibon also participated in the creation of the collection. He rethought the leopard print from the archives of the fashion house and created his own prints inspired by Leonardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa” images.

In the pictures, models pose in jacquard coats, leopard print sweaters, shirts and suits with long sash.

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