All eyes are on Paris as Fashion Week takes over the French capital. Head to our Paris Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2019 hub to find all the latest news from the industry’s best houses, brands, and designers.

Last Friday, Kim Jones debuted his third collection at Dior. The Fall/Winter 2019 collection took inspiration from the early days of punk and the fabled house's archive.

Following his collaborations with KAWS and Hajime Sorayama, Jones tapped artist Raymond Pettibon for his FW19 show. The artist, known for his work with Black Flag and Sonic Youth, created custom artwork based on the Mona Lisa for the collection, as well as lending some of his earlier works.

On the accessories front, the collection included a range of classic leather and monogrammed bags, alongside a quilted backpack and a fur-covered side bag. Like previous season's AMBUSH's Yoon Ahn headed up the jewelry line, which included solid basics and her own spin on a knuckle duster. But it was the range of luxury tech accessories that we think will be in demand in 2019.

The footwear lineup included Jones' Chuck Taylor-esque B23 sneaker, alongside some new sneaker models outfitted with animal print and strap detailing. Some slick formalwear options made up the offering.

In case you missed it, we went backstage after the Dior show to get an inside look at what went down.

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