Honey Dijon

Born and raised in Chicago, she grew up surrounded by House music, and the creative souls who started a global movement. Moving to New York, she learned her art of DJing the right way: by playing records night after night after night. She worked the dancefloors of the city to master her connection with the crowd, that special magic she now brings to every set she plays. Honey has put in the work in music and fashion, the results of which are clear for all to see: the legendary Sugar Mountain DJ set for Boiler Room with now over 6,000,000 views on YouTube; her fashion line Honey Fucking Dijon now stocked in stores worldwide; her 194K followers on Instagram; her work mixing catwalk music for creative director Kim Jones, now of Dior Men, including the soundtrack for his show in his previous role as creative director of men’s at Louis Vuitton which revealed the game-changing Supreme collaboration.


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