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Designer Kris Van Assche presented a clean and practical collection during Dior Homme’s 2016 fall/winter showing at Paris Fashion Week. The designer injected vibrancy in patterns and colors alike, with flowers, tartan and isometric prints evidenced throughout. The designer used a balanced combination of monochromatics mixed with reds and browns appearing on Dior sweaters and heavily tailored suiting. Pants were either tailored an inch above the ankle or followed a elephantine cut, with intricate sew-detailing giving them a bit of extra edge. Check out the full line above and let us know what you think of Dior Homme’s latest offering.

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