Dior gets into the ring. The French luxury fashion firm, owned by the LVMH conglomerate, dressed boxer Ryan García last Saturday in his
Dior gets into the ring. The French luxury fashion firm, owned by the LVMH conglomerate, dressed boxer Ryan García last Saturday in his fight with Javier Fortuna at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles (United States).
Garcia’s outfit, designed by Kim Jones, creative director of Dior’s men’s divisionconsisted of a diamond-studded tunic and boxing shorts, which featured navy blue engraved embellishments.
The look It featured more than 3,000 hand-embroidered Swarovski diamonds, including gemstones such as clear sapphire, cobalt and montana, with the goal of “creating a hypnotic interplay of reflections.” The sides of the boxing pants were lined with navy blue silk fringes..
Dior signed the outfit for García in his fight, consisting of a tunic, pants and a copper crown
The set created by Dior also included a silver-plated copper crown, handcrafted and tailored by Dior’s milliner., StephenJones. In addition, King Ryan was also embroidered on the athlete’s pants, the name by which the boxer is known on social networks.
This has been the first collaboration that the luxury fashion brand has done in the ring. García has a record of 22 victories, of which 18 have been by knock outa final blow that leaves KO to the boxer’s rival.
Garcia recently took a year off from sports to “focus on his mental health”. The boxer officially returned to the ring last February to face his opponent Emmanuel Tagoe, whom he defeated on two occasions.