For decades, the Belgian designer has created sumptuous fashion for thinking women. In an age of tattered luxury, he has also come to stand for independence.
It celebrates the designer’s 100th fashion show.
Elle celebrates its 250th issue this October with models that are already making quite the mark on the runway these days and all wearing pieces from Belgian designer Dries Van Noten‘s 100th show this past Spring. Loving the new faces and the seventies vibe of the cover. Show More Summary
Renowned Belgian designer Dries Van Noten will be showing his 100th collection this March. To celebrate, the designer is releasing two books looking back on every show so far. The first volume will feature shows 1 – 50 while the second will cover shows 51 to 100. Both feature previously unseen images as well as […]
Designer: Dries Van Noten Location: Paris, France Season: Spring/Summer 2018 Key Pieces: Unstructured blazers, voluminous trousers, boxy button-down camouflage resort shirts, and an embroidered denim trucker. Editor’s Notes: At first...Show More Summary
Dries Van Noten presents its spring-summer 2018 men's collection during Paris Fashion Week. Dries Van Noten draws inspiration from the eighties for his spring-summer 2018 collection. The Belgian designer marries a nostalgia for his label's origins with a muted color scheme. Show More Summary
It's Hump Day! What fragrance are you wearing? I'm in Dries Van Noten par Frédéric Malle, because ShellyW reminded me of it yesterday. Reminder: 5/12 will be Lessons Learned Friday...
While it's always great to see a collection filled with relatively practical looks that you actually want to wear — whether at Dries Van Noten or Isabel Marant or Lemaire or Céline — it's also fun to see a collection that's unabashedly pretty, formal and unsuitable for most of our everyday... Continue reading
Referencing a label’s history and creative DNA is certainly nothing new — not even this week. Even Anthony Vaccarello’s Tuesday night breast baring, laser-cut leather and slouchy boot party at the Saint Laurent show was intended as “rereading” (in the words of the show notes) of the namesake founder’s...
Last season, Paris Fashion Week saw the debuts of two female designers at two of the biggest houses that show here, and while that female perspective and influence was more than welcome in an industry largely overseen by men, that's not to say there aren't a few men who really know how to dress and... Continue reading
Happy Almost-Friday! Plus, it's Lou Reed's birthday and National Banana Cream Pie Day. What fragrance are you wearing? I am trying JJLook's combination of Aftelier Ancient Resins (a very thin layer) and Dries Van Noten par Frédéric Malle. Still not quite freaky, but getting closer. Reminder: 3/3 will be Let Your Freak Frag Fly Friday...
“We are in a period of fashion overdose right now. There’s too much pressure,” designer Dries Van Noten told the New York Times in an interview marking his 100th show milestone. That may be the case, but as always, his collection—this time featuring models who had walked in previous Dries shows, including many over… Read more...
Amber Valletta, Kristina de Coninck, Nadja Auermann, and more walked.
Rabbit rabbit rabbit! Adiós, February. What fragrance are you wearing? I'm wearing the (not even slightly freaky) Dries Van Noten par Frédéric Malle. Reminder: 3/3 will be Let Your Freak Frag Fly Friday...
One of fashion’s most notoriously private designers is finally letting the world in. In a new documentary titled Dries, Belgian designer Dries Van Noten offers a candid look at his life, process and practice. In the very first trailer of Dries, the designer can be seen carefully caressing fabrics and briefing his team in his […]
An rare inside look at one of the world's most private designers.
On the heels of a heavily embellished season inspired by arts and crafts, Dries Van Noten circles back around to basics as the inspiration for his fall-winter 2017 men’s collection. The Belgian designer crafts an effortless lineup, which begins with an oversized but tapered take on the classic double-breasted coat. Show More Summary
After getting a look at FW17 collections from the likes of Dries Van Noten, OFF-WHITE, Louis Vuitton x Supreme, Wood Wood, Haider Ackermann, Y/Project, Facetasm, Balenciaga and Prada, now we transition to what Rick Owens has in store for the forthcoming fall/winter season. As can often times be expected from Owens, his new onslaught is […]