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Kim Jones debuted his first collection for Dior over the weekend, and here we have a look at some of the details from the luxury label's showroom in Paris.

Dior's SS19 show was centered around a sculpture made of flowers by KAWS, who was commissioned by the brand to imbue his signature design into the classic Dior bee motif. This Dior x KAWS project indicates the merging of streetwear and fashion for a new hybrid of luxury garments, and as the above gallery demonstrates, Dior's SS19 collection has nailed the balance.

We've zoomed in on the form-fitting satchel-like leather sidebags, the painted-on denim, the cream tailoring and lastly, the commissioned project with Matthew Williams, whose industrial belt-buckle was used throughout the collection.

Get close and personal with Kim Jones' vision in the gallery above and let us know your thoughts in the comments.

You can read our review of the Dior SS19 show right here

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