Belgian designer Dries Van Noten flaunted his Fall 2015 Menswear collection at Paris Fashion Week, reinforcing his propensity for dynamic prints and relaxed silhouettes. Sticking to a color palette that consisted of blues, deep reds and… The post Dries Van Noten Fall 2015 Collection appeared first on Highsnobiety.
Vogue Hommes pay a visit to Antwerp under the guidance of Dries Van Noten, the Belgian designer playing tour guide in his hometown. Taking a break from pre-collection preparation, he admits “to live, or survive rather, in Paris is… The post Dries Van Noten Shares his Antwerp Address Book with Vogue Hommes appeared first on Selectism.
Belgian designer Dries Van Noten steps into the footwear game with a pair of rugged, robust hiking-style boots. An upper crafted from grey and charcoal suede sits on a rubber sole unit, with pewter leather paneling on the heel and … Dries Van Noten Hiking Boot is a post by Alec Leach on Highsnobiety.
PARIS – There has been a brouhaha over breasts at the spring 2015 shows. Designers seem terribly conflicted about what to do with them. And raising them up in all their glory seems to be out of the question. At Dries Van Noten, the designer pinned them down with a garment he playfully referred to […]
Three days into Paris Fashion Week and everyone is starting to let loose a little. Some did so literally, like models at Dries Van Noten, who reclined on the runway. Others let their freak flag fly, including wearing creepy contact lenses at Hood by Air or a dinosaur shirt at... More »
Fashion can carry with it a whiff of the unnatural: all the reshaping of the body, all that embellishment. So when fashion engages with nature, the results can be unpredictable. At Dries Van Noten, the models — in wonderfully mismatched garb, including chevrons, paisley, and rainbow stripes — lounged on... More »
Coachella-inspired festival style has made it all the way to the Paris runways.
You need to see these photos from the Dries Van Noten show in Paris—I'm obsessed with the metallic gold lines makeup artist Peter Philips painted on the models' lips. Fei Fei Sun showed hers off on Instagram, and our backstage photographer Mark captured the look as well. Show More Summary
We wonder if she was hanging out with Aila Wang backstage. We knew it was coming: The Kardashian-West clan landed in Paris this morning just in time for Fashion Week, baby North included. While West took in the Dries Van Noten show solo...Show More Summary
London Fashion Week wrapped up on Tuesday, marking the end of a week flush with bejeweled boobs, Dries Van Noten florals, and plenty of velvet-clad revelry. Rick Owens kicked the week off with a party in the Selfridges parking lot, and Kate Moss threw a party with AnOther magazine that... More »
British retailer END Clothing play dress up with Belgian-designer Dries Van Noten’s Fall/Winter 2014 collection. Working with some of the season’s strongest pieces, the Brits put together a set of sharp looks, highlighting the richness of the cold-weather garments. Have… How to Wear Dries Van Noten for Fall/Winter 2014 is a post by Glenys Johnson on Selectism.
After featuring in Burberry’s campaign and Fall runway show, England based model Neelam makes her debut on an Indian glossy featuring on Elle’s September cover in a colorful Dries Van Noten look. Love the cover. Left: Dries Van Noten,...Show More Summary
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Progression is your friend, stagnation is the enemy. Nowhere is that as true as in fashion, an industry built on the concept of biannual renewal. Dries Van Noten has spent the last few seasons slowly but steadily building and reinforcing… Highsnobiety Q&A | Dries Van Noten Spring/Summer 2015 Collection is a post by David Hellqvist on Highsnobiety.
Dries Van Noten‘s Spring/Summer 2015 collection stayed true to the brand’s casual elegance, playing with soft tailoring and dancer’s silhouettes. Embroidered vests and high-waisted pants with cummerbunds channeled a matador’s elaborate… Dries Van Noten Spring/Summer 2015 Collection is a post by Marta Sundac on Highsnobiety.
Sportswear has infiltrated high fashion over the past few seasons, be it in the form of varsity tees, sneakers, or even basketball shorts. But for spring 2015, Belgian designer Dries Van Noten drew on a much more elegant style of activewear. Inspired by ballet (he cited Rudolf Nureyev in particular),... More »
Dries Van Noten Spring/Summer 2015–Belgian designer Dries Van Noten looked to the male dancer as muse for his spring/summer 2015 collection. Staging a runway show that looked like a dance rehearsal, Van Noten offered a glimpse at the softer side of his man. Show More Summary