India, Jan. 22 -- Usually one wouldn't expect opera-length gloves, pearls and bejewelled touches at Dior Men's runway. However, over the last couple of seasons, designer Kim Jones has transmogrified the way we perceive the Dior man. He's the new-age dandy, who rocks a tailleur oblique suit with a sliver of insouciance. He's someone, who owns an embellished top coat and doesn't shy away from sporting a solo earring. If fashion observers predicted the death of the suit and the rise of broken tailoring a few seasons ago, today, the transformative prowess of the closet chameleon can't be ignored. Take a look at Virgil Abloh at Louis Vuitton where he sent out a panoply of pantsuits or the salt and pepper dudes at Junya Watanabe runway - all dr...