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,...

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...

initially, i looked at the collection with a sigh of hopelessness but when taking a second look found myself, even more impressed with van assche in his vision for this label. created with a debut that took place in 2005, the kris van assche collections have become well known for forward...

EASTPAK comes out of the gates today with a strong bag collection worked over by Kris Van Assche. "For his 13th collection Fall-Winter 2011/2012, KRISVANASSCHE has worked in association with EASTPAK, the brand for bags and rucksacks... An original collaboration where Kris Van Assche captures...

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...

Layering is out of the question, as are coats, jackets and all the other things that go into a dapper winter look, but Van Assche took the ball and ran with it. His coats were cut in shirting, long-sleeve shirts came with cool cotton pique bodies and bomber jackets looked light enough to wear...

Kris Van Assche takes a bow at the end of the show Of course, it doesn't hurt that Kris Van Assche wears his own clothes so well–he's the perfect example of a youthful, successful businessman with plenty of self-confidence (not to mention charm to spare). Top marks! ––Mark Grischke

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...

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...

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....

 

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