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FW19 Dior Homme x Hajime Sorayama ‘Robot’ Monogram Crewneck

FW19 Dior Homme x Hajime Sorayama ‘Robot’ Monogram Crewneck


Measurements & Condition


Chest - 20 in / 50.8 cm

Length - 25.75 in / 65.4 cm

Shoulders - 17 in / 43.2 cm

Sleeve Length - 25 in / 63.5 cm

Hem - 16.25 in / 41.3 cm


Condition 9/10

  • Created in partnership with Kim Jones and Japanese artist Hajime Sorayama, the Dior Homme Pre-Fall 2019 collection explored topics of post-modernist utility. Akin to the ethos of Sorayama’s work, a polished, futuristic vibe was congruent throughout, with a clear focus on full print textiles. Walking through a web of cherry blossom flooring, models sported monogram fembot graphics and razor sharp tailoring. Silver hardware plated hems and in some cases extended to the skin itself, emulating a dystopian, cyborg appearance. Cargo vests, pants and bags were a consistent theme as well, complimented by rollercoaster buckles and iridescent puffer jackets. In all, the collection paid homage to Christian Dior’s infatuation with Picasso, revitalized in today’s lens.


    Sporting Hajime Sorayama’s eponymous fembot, this crewneck features a sporadic array of floral motifs atop a black Trotter monogram. The droid is seen in an array of gravity-defying poses front and back, finalized with black ribbed hems and a loose cut. Fitting oversized, this piece is tagged as an extra small but fits a mens small with ease, in pristine condition throughout.

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