With Paris Fashion Week now on everyone's agenda, Russian streetwear designer Gosha Rubchinskiy took to a gloomy, eerie chapel in the city to unveil his Fall/Winter 2016 collection. Veering from the sportswear theme that defined Spring/Summer 2016, Rubchinskiy instead looked back to Russia's early ’90s skinheads and punks.

Gosha's troupe of young - really young - boys had been cast exclusively via Instagram, and were flown in from all over the globe to walk at the show. Their hair had been haphazardly shaved and dyed - that'll be the punk influence - while they dressed in disheveled pieces, many of which had been given multiple armholes.

Numerous leather jackets furthered the punk theme, likewise the numerous dangling wallet chains and tightly-drawn canvas belts. The gothic lettering adorning many of the collection's pieces will no doubt cause mayhem when they release later in the year.

The show also included some new collaborative sneakers - both with Vans and Reebok - which will no doubt go down a storm amongst Rubchinskiy's burgeoning fanbase.

UPDATE: We get another look at sneakers from the upcoming Gosha Rubchinskiy x Reebok collaboration, this time a low-top sneaker in several premium leather versions.

UPDATE: Here's a video of the brand's FW16 presentation.

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