By  on January 17, 2020

PARIS — For his fall 2020 men’s show for Dior, Kim Jones is breaking his recent streak of artist collaborations. Instead, the collection will pay tribute to Judy Blame through the prism of the French fashion house’s codes.

Jones met the British stylist, jeweler and art director when he was just 16, and found Blame’s work hugely influential. The two worked together on accessories when Jones was at Louis Vuitton, and in the years leading to Blame’s death in 2018, they were collaborating on a book of his work.

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