Harper’s Bazaar, 1992
He pulled an YSL at Dior, showing a collection inspired by the grunge subculture, which despite good press and good sales, got Marc Jacobs fired from Perry Ellis. Along with giving American Sportswear the post-modern sensibility it needed to stand its ground with the high concept of the 90’s, he also redefined luxury and the social codes that for as long as we all can know, have grounded our class structure. Suitable then that he would go on to reshape the world’s premiere luxury brand and even make a formidable one of his own.
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