From recruiting a who’s who of influential style mavericks like Robert Pattinson and A$AP Rocky to, more recently, casting Depeche Mode’s Dave Gahan in his Fall 2017 ad campaign, Kris Van Assche has shaken things up since his arrival a decade ago as artistic director of Dior Homme. He has not been afraid of the house roots—a pair of pants from his first runway show was inspired by Dior‘s New Look, for example—or of taking risks, in everything from design to ambitious sets to the artists he regularly collaborates with, everyone from Larry Clark to the Belgian painter Rinus Van de Velde. Though he doesn’t enjoy nostalgia—”I honestly don’t like to look back at my work. I am only as good as my next collection,” he tells W—he is in a celebratory mood as he marks his 10th anniversary at the label. Here, he looks back at his favorite moments so far.