Dior Men Is Debuting a Collection With Denim Tears' Tremaine Emory for Pre-Fall 2023
To be revealed in Cairo.
Tremaine Emory — the founder of Denim Tears and creative director of Supreme — is the latest guest designer to partner with Kim Jones for Dior Men. Dubbed “Dior Tears,” the partnership is set to make its debut this week on the house’s Pre-Fall 2023 runway show taking place in Cairo, Egypt.
The crossover between streetwear and luxury has become more and more prominent over the past decade with Jones tapping Shawn Stussy back in 2019 and Eli Russell Linnetz of ERL earlier this year, in addition to sacai, KAWS and Daniel Arsham. Emory will be guest-designing the collection alongside the Dior Men artistic director, which is described to “celebrate the inventiveness of the house of Dior and the strength of its creative dialogues” as per a press release.
Jones is one of the leading names in blurring the lines between streetwear and luxury, having been the artistic director behind the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration that took the world by storm in 2017.
For those unfamiliar, Emory launched Denim Tears in 2019 and joined Supreme as its creative director in February of this year. Aside from his latest gig with Dior, the designer launched an UGG collaboration earlier this year.
Stay tuned as we learn more about the collection. Dior Men’s Pre-Fall 2023 “Dior Tears” range will make its debut in Cairo, Egypt on December 2.