Known for his extensive collaborations with artists, Kim Jones celebrated the life and work of the legendary stylist, accessory designer and unrecognized punk, Judy Blame, in the collection of the French Maison. Jones' first approach with Blame was at 16, collaborating on various projects throughout his career.
The punk aesthetic of Blame as a stylist and image-maker influenced publications and pop stars during the eighties and nineties. Also, during his career he collaborated with various figures such as John Galliano, Richard Nicoll and Christopher Shannon. His work was exhibited at the V&A and in 2016 he was the subject of a retrospective at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London.