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with a long- sleeved shirt when in actually the sleeves zip off. Meanwhile, khakis were reinterpreted as jogging pants with elasticized ankles. The perfect complement to this season's attitude, a new lineup with Lee prevailed as Van Assche mixed denim pieces with his white standard. Returning...

While staying true to his minimalist masculine look, the fashion designer has reinterpreted Lee's heritage in a pair of jeans with five pockets, a shirt and two denim jackets. The new garments have only been created in dark brown and cobalt blue, with leather and metal details, and they are...

The bag is crafted in full tan canvas and outfitted with tonal leather details, silver hardware, press stud tabs at the front flap and a subtle printed logo. Also worth noting is the messenger's removable grey canvas shoulder strap, which allows this piece to be carried as a briefcase-like...

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...

Kris Van Assche by Paul Wetherell for Madame Figaro Written by Carl on Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011 | 2011 , cover , kris van assche , paul wetherell Madame Figaro" alt="kvacover Kris Van Assche by Paul Wetherell for Madame Figaro" /> Paul Wetherell photographs Kris Van Assche for the...

PARIS, Nov 16, 2012/ — Inspired by the ubiquitous T-shirt, an American invention nonetheless, Kris Van Assche created hybrid clothes for Spring/Summer 2013. Mixing the sophisticated metro man with the ever casual sportive guy, the KrisVanAssche Spring 2013 collection blurs the line between...

PARIS, July 4, 2011/ — Kris Van Assche in collaboration with Misericordia, has designed an exclusive t-shirt for Japan. All profits will be used to support the relief efforts of the Japanese Red Cross, for their ongoing help to those affected by the tragic events of March 2011. The design...

For his own eponymous line's Spring/Summer 2012 collection, designer Kris Van Assche took a slightly more buttoned-up approach. The inclusion of only a handful of outwear pieces allowed the suiting to take center stage and a number of different variations on the look were sent down the runway....

Kris Van Assche is nothing if not consistent. The Belgian designer's collections explore a restrained proportion and color palette each season, and his shows are executed precisely without excess fanfare or runway gimmickry. For spring 2012, Van Assche, who also designs Dior Homme, looked to...

Kris van Assche is nothing if he's not consistent. The Belgian designer's collections explore a similar proportion and colour palette each season, and his shows are executed precisely without excess fanfare or runway gimmick. For spring/summer 2012, van Assche looked to the teddy boys for...