Python, velvet, fur, tweed, wool, sequins, leather – the more materials you can pile on to an outfit, the better, and Dries Van Noten Fall 2011 will help you do that via your handbag. The prototypical Dries fall handbag is made of at least two materials and colors that vary as widely as...

' Foppish Display When we observe Dries Van Noten's garments on catwalks or within boutique displays, one thing clearly comes to mind: these clothes are wearable and lack the sense of spectacle that would have suited more the grounds of a museum exhibition. Yet that's how the scenography...

Dries Van Noten Spring 11 Dries Van Noten's Spring collection was inspired by two totally different worlds: Chinese ceramics and Belgian painter Jef Verheyen's work. The numerous floral prints have obviously been derived from Chinese ceramics while painter Jef Verheyen influenced the...

Dries' blazer is a dramatic piece but you can make a similar statement with a vibrant wrap. Pick up Dries van Noten's original pieces at My Theresa and Yoox or shop our lower-priced picks inspired by the designer's spring collection: Dries Van Noten Shopping Guide: 1. Sunglasses Hut, D&G...

The latest collection from Dries Van Noten sees the designer taking the glam rock individuality of David Bowie's Ziggy Stardust, and the classical restraint of the Ballet Russes. A noteworthy trend with any of Dries' collections, asymmetry- take this season the subtle difference between the...

Paris Fashion Week A/W11: Dries Van Noten You can always expect something different from Dries Van Noten. This season he took a liking to prints and completely ran with it. Dresses came with up to five different prints at a time coming in geometric shapes, bold graphic styles and Bonsai...

fittingly hosted by Barneys and it was a fabulous affair, with fashion designers Claude Montana, Rick Owens, Phillip Lim, Kris Van Assche and many more in attendance — proof that Dries has an unrivalled appeal among his peers, no matter their age. Alongside curator Pamela Golbin, Dries Van...

typical Dries layering: simple tailoring with a surprise of fringe. a great play on pattern and how the models look so effortlessly dressed. the Dries van Noten version of a school scarf. I know you can find these in markets in London for $20, but his has nice colours... the cool way...

The salon in the Hotel de Ville was gilded to the hilt, in quintessential Dries Van Noten style, with gold chandeliers and 19th-century mural ceilings. It was the ideal setting for the designer's celebration of iconic women, and what the show notes called "grounded glamour." Backstage he...

Add the two together, and it equals to David Bowie, the original popstar who brought androgyny and avant-garde style first to attention globally. It's almost like a simple equation that seems evident to how Dries Van Noten came around his inspiration for his latest menswear collection....

 

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