Centre stage at Paris Fashion Week Creative and Dior's Director, Kris Van Assche fused the brand's classic and timeless tailoring with an ultra-urban take on the skateboard culture of the nineties, complete with red neon lights and a skateboard park inspired set-up.

Staples such as dinner suits, structured shirts, trench coats, parkas and bow ties were freshend up with a new play on proportion. Also volume was introduced to now wide leg trousers and sillhouettes were shaped in the form of relaxed wearable sweaters. Details such as bold flower prints, checkered patterns and red and black colour blocking also created a new take on sophisticated-luxe sportswear for the Dior man.

View the entire Dior Homme Fall '16 collection here...