I guess that's the difference for me. I'm not buying Dior now, but I don't really lust over the Hedi pieces either. I like them, and I can definitely appreciate how menswear changed under Hedi's influence (how could you not? if you've bought a pair of jeans in the last five years you probably owe a thanks to Hedi for how they look), but it's not the sort of stuff I lust over. I do like the cultural reference points he draws on—like Richard Hell, The Ramones, punk in general—but it's not how I dress myself. That said, if I knew anything about fashion when I was 17, Hedi probably would've been my favorite designer working. Maybe I just missed the boat.