Dior presents its new editorial campaign spotlighting the brand's Pre-Fall 2019 Men's collection by Kim Jones, and captured by Steven Meisel.

Featuring a selection of fits encompassing suits, outerwear, shirts, trousers, accessories, footwear and more, the campaign is reflective of the retro-futuristic vibes that was evident during Kim Jones' presentation of the collection in Tokyo this past November, with the usage of intertwining colors lasers reflecting on metallic walls.

While the show revolved around sci-fi themes and featured collaborations with Japanese artist Hajime Sorayama, the campaign spotlights additional work by Sorayama, as he injects his signature aesthetic on Dior's house logo and transforms it into a metallic variation with a hypnotic eye placed for the letter "O." This updated logo is also seen across a number of the featured silhouettes, such as a trench coat, $30,000 saddle bag and turtleneck sweater.

You can revisit Kim Jones’ sci-fi Dior Pre-Fall 2019 show here. For additional details and availability, head over to Dior's website.

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