RUNWAY: Dior Homme SS16Now that Belgian designer Kris Van Assche has shuttered his eponymous label, all his attention can be turned to Dior Homme. For SS16, KVA tore down the barrier of sharp suiting and formal dressing that's been Dior Homme's bread and butter since its inception, nearly two decades ago. His eponymous label's sporty take on design seems to have bled through here, with plenty of denim, camouflage, and boots and sneakers. It was refreshing to see, alongside the more traditional tailoring that's expected at Dior Homme. It was also interesting to see how one of the most venerated menswear labels adapts and changes with the tastes of today's man, who choose not to wear ties and prefer hoodies, joggers and jeans as their Monday to Friday work looks than prim and proper suits.