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DIOR HOMME

Blood Wound Tank Top
SS2002




DESCRIPTION

The sleeveless "Blood Wound" shirt was the key garment from Hedi Slimane's second show at Dior Homme, which gathered the attention of many starting from the house's long-time clients and ending with Karl Lagerfeld himself. The narrowly-cut button-up featured a blood splatter pattern, originally inspired by the promotional photo of an American punk collective titled "The Heartbreakers" and exclusively created for Dior by a french haute couture embroidery atelier Maison Lesage in an extremely limited quantity. The piece to this day remains one of the most desired items from the Slimane-era Dior Homme and owns a special place in the closet of every archive fashion aficionado.

CONDITION

Good condition. Please see photos for full evaluation.

SIZE / MEASUREMENTS

Size Large
Pit to Pit: 20   Inches
Length: 25 Inches


COVERAGE

Following his debut collection he went on to present his S/S 2002 collection, Red/Boys Don’t cry. The fast paced energy he presented on the runway at his last show was present and felt very similar, with base punching music and edgy slim androgynous boys pace down the runway. The collection discussed gender norms, boundaries and masculinity, the sleek garments were in only three colours; black, white and red, his perspective is a modern edgy elegance. Interesting garments such as all the no-sleeve tops and jackets as well as bullet hole shirts, leather jackets, pants, and suits. Truly incredible suits that convinced people like Karl Lagerfeld himself to lose weight so he could wear a waist 44-46 Italian size, which would probably be the waist szes of some of the fitting models. This collection is very known amongst the archive community for the white blood stained bullet hole shirts, but is equally impressive in it’s representation of classic menswear pieces like the tie and the blazer and trousers which are made distinguishably slim and sinister.







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