It has been more than two years since Kim Jones helmed the role of artistic director of Dior Men. Since then, adjectives that are ubiquitous to his tenure have been sensationalised as pop, edgy and ultra-modern — words that would not immediately describe a Maison that is more than 70 years old. For several seasons, Jones has been affiliated with defining a new language for reconstructing menswear through the genius blurring of lines between luxury menswear and streetwear — it is a driving force that has since altered the course of what menswear could be, proclaiming a riot of new ideas that are not bound by limitations set forth by his predecessors.
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