' 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...

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...

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...

It's almost like a simple equation that seems evident to how Dries Van Noten came around his inspiration for his latest menswear collection. Another fact, the clothes are very reminiscent to the Sinatara-sartorial outfits that Bowie wore on his '76 tour, thank Tim Blanks for noting that one....

Dries Van Noten and Pamela Golbin more photos› Barneys New York CEO Mark Lee hosts work events at his sprawling Chelsea penthouse when the occasion is "special," he explained last night, and Dries Van Noten coming to town certainly qualified as that. Hence the presence of Maggie Gyllenhaal,...

dries van noten is of that class in my mind. his collections are always thoughtful, a story is always being told- which i love. the collections palette was heavily based in warm tones with a cooler palette taking center stage as the set came to a close. inspiration from the morning after, or...

Dries Van Noten needs no introduction. As a member of the legendary Antwerp Six, he took London by storm in the 80s with a menswear collection that was bought by Barneys as women's. The rest is history. And he continues to make history every season, going from strength to strength. Last night...

For Inspirations, the first exhibition devoted to his nearly 30-year career, Dries Van Noten looked back on decades of influences, handpicked more than 400 garments and objects, and arranged them just so at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris last year. Now, that very retrospective is being...

For someone who started designing under his own name when few in the business envisioned that fashion could come from Antwerp, let alone pronounce Belgian brands, the success and rave reviews that Dries Van Noten is currently enjoying have been a long time coming. Today he is one of the...

 

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