If Spring 2011 is all about layers and combinations of bright colors, then Fall 2011 is shaping up to be all about layers and combinations of strong textures. Python, velvet, fur, tweed, wool, sequins, leather – the more materials you can pile on to an outfit, the better, and Dries Van Noten...

Dries van Noten is on everyone's lips – and, here in Paris, on everyone's bodies – and his show Thursday proved why. We were completely and totally blown away. It was perfection. It would be sad to say that Dries' amazing and super intimate venue, the Paris Musée Bourdelle, allowed for...

PARIS, Mar 5, 2011/ FW/ — Set in one of the governmental buildings of Paris' Hôtel de Ville, this hall was once used for royal galas and affairs fit for royalty. Today, used as the location for the Dries Van Noten Fall Winter show, the impressiveness of the salon was matched by their...

Home > Fashion > Kris Van Assche Autumn/Winter 2011 Looks Kris Van Assche presented their Autumn 2011 collection on the runway. Their take on the direction: "Moving towards a new silhouette where the suit, symbol of maturity, makes the codes of cool its own. A fusion between raw elegance and...

Home " Fashion News Dries van Noten: Pastel Footwear for Spring 2011 | The Fashion Spot Submitted by admin on January 10, 2011 – 2:17 am No Comment Dries van Noten: Pastel Footwear for Spring 2011 by Dylana SuarezNov 9th, 2010 Tweet Winter is here, and while all we can think about is staying...

I have been waiting with baited breath to see what Dries Van Noten had in store for Fall/Winter 2011, and he certainly did not disappoint. I agree wholeheartedly with Sarah Mower (vogue.com): "Watching a Dries Van Noten show sometimes has a slow-burn effect: It starts off seeming like nothing...

My long time readers will know that I have an incredible amount of respect for Dries Van Noten , and I usually love his collections. This menswear show is no exception, filled with gorgeous menswear which seems to have drawn inspiration from 40′s gangsters, and a few sailors. I love... fur...

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...

Dries Van Noten took influence by designs in London's Victoria and Albert Museum to create his lush coats, tailored suiting and patterned jackets, . The Van Noten woman takes her trip to the East with streamlined silhouettes, and I really loved the austere military inspired parkas and jackets...

the home stretch! Bring on Miu Miu! There's no need to explain why Dries Van Noten's elegant, contemporary separates, innovative use of colour, and story-telling prints work so well, because it is blatantly obvious: his shows are full of clothes that women want to wear. I'm especially in...

 

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