In assembling his Fall/Winter 2014 menswear collection for Givenchy, designer Riccardo Tisci looked to a seemingly incongruous pair of influences: the Bauhaus art movement and the sport of basketball. Tisci went so far as to erect a chain link fence at his Paris Fashion Week runway show, creating a city basketball court through which the models walked. The silhouettes featured loose-fitting trousers paired with high-fashion takes on basketball sneakers, with the sporty looks built with traditional menswear fabrics — including cashmeres, angoras, flannels and cotton poplins — along with exotic muskrat and opossum fur. Meanwhile, the basketball motif was rendered in literal fashion on knit tops and grey trousers, some of which were printed with stylized basketball court lines, and colorful animal patterns on sweat tops — a continuation of the design that Tisci introduced three years ago. Check out more looks below.