This story from Indie Magazine Issue 34, Spring/Summer 2012, shows both labels at their finest. Styled by Bodo Ernle and Nina Klein, shot by Daniela Müller-Brunke and Gaëtan Bernard, click through for it all. See more on the following page. Related posts: " Dior Homme "The Time I Had Some...

For Dior Homme's 2011 Spring/Summer collection, designer Kris Van Assche represented the concept of the collection with a video produced in collaboration with photographer Willy Vanderperre and model Victor Nylander. The original inspiration was taken from the Korean movie ‘Spring, Summer,...

Susan Tabak home This season, Kris Van Assche showed his Spring 2012 men's collection in, of all places, the Paris Salvation Army's Palais de la Femme, an early-20th century building with the calm but slightly-intimidating aura of an all-girls' boarding school. The invitation also invoked...

One doesn't need to look around to see its intersection in increasing frequency with Kris Van Assche's own take embodying the movement on the runway during his Spring/Summer 2014 showing. Various remixes of longtime sport favorites made appearances while more classical bits of tailoring took...

Its latest celebrant is Kris Van Assche , a designer not heretofore renowned for biz casual. And not here, either, it turns out. But boys become men, and men need suits. "I was thinking of these guys who are 20, 25; they've all been wearing sweatshirts," he said after the show. "They need to...

It was indeed an anniversary for Kris Van Assche, as it marked his twentieth show and, in turn, ten years in the business. He chose to celebrate by continuing his signature explorations of the hybrid garment. Nothing was quite what it seemed, and new forms arose from his illusory gameplay....

The Workforce–Showing one of his strongest collections to date, Belgian designer Kris Van Assche turned to world affairs to take hold of his latest inspiration. Casting the banker and the working class as his characters of the season, Van Assche took his steadfast penchant for suiting to a new...

Susan Tabak home The Kris Van Assche show seemed inspired by men at work–or, perhaps more accurately, boys at work. This clever, playful collection took basic garments from a range of professions (a traditional farner's sack coat, a fisherman's wool sweater, an equestrian's quilted nylon...

Looks from the Kris Van Assche Spring/Summer 2012 runway show. The "One Life" collection looks to bring memories of a "cool attitude and the warming sun." The suits tell the story: grey cotton and linens play well with off black and white takes. They're describing the suiting as perfect for a...

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...

 

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