After the Dior Homme spring 2016 show — held at the Paris Tennis Club in June last year — everyone left talking about the 2,000 white rose bushes planted into the parquetry floor, the covetable camouflage accessories, and the seamless fusion by designer Kris Van Assche of three otherwise distinct influences: Sportswear silhouettes, military codes, and the archival emblems of the luxury maison. The result? An athletic offering for bourgeois boys.
In a Buro exclusive, these never-seen-before photographs by Morgan O'Donovan capture the haute spirit of the spring/summer 2016 Dior Homme collection as marked by immaculate construction details, sumptuous fabrications, and 'elegantly masculine' proportions. Scroll down to enjoy a candid, and personal, pictorial of the Dior man.