Kim Jones’s trip down memory lane procured a familiar equestrian addition to his breakthrough Dior Men debut collection.
It was the turn of the century – everyone broke into hysterics at the mere mention of Y2K and MSN was the communication platform du jour. Then-creative director of Dior, John Galliano, asserted his impact on the runways of Spring/Summer ’00 so it would not fade into obscurity down the road.
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