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The Times has an article about Hedi, whom we still consider the greatest menswear designer of - at least - our era, here. And a gallery of images, here.
I don't intend to turn this space into one of those "what I wore today" style blogs. But in honor of Hedi, and for your viewing pleasure, I thought I'd share some photos of the first of my three pairs of Dior Homme jeans which I wore almost every day for 6 years or more. When they became too fragile, I replaced them with a nearly identical pair.
Just to be clear, these were dark, unwashed denim when I bought them. All signs of wear are a result of actual wear, not someone fiddling with them in some factory.
No exterior logo or label. Nothing embossed on the minimalist silver buttons. The only instance of "Dior" is debossed into the black leather interior tag.