Dior Homme heads to the West Coast for a new skate-inspired film. The French label has collaborated with At Large, a New York-based art, entertainment, and men's style magazine, to showcase its latest Dior Homme collection.

Skateboarders and models Haden McKenna, Ben Nordberg, and Zack Riddle highlight the new-wave skate influences behind Dior Homme creative director Kris Van Assche's Winter 2016 offerings. The crew can be seen riding through Venice Skate Park against a palm tree-filled background. The black-and-white short film, which mixes portraiture and moving imagery, was directed by At Large's creative director Randall Mesdon and is set to an ambient soundtrack titled "Black" by the artist スプレーSpray. 

The skate-inspired collection was first debuted during Paris Fashion Week in January alongside skate ramps and half-pipes, but the new film and corresponding 20-page editorial brings to life the utilitarian pieces that includes everything from its tailored outerwear to patterned trousers.