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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 back to jackets and dress shirts, the t- shirt was used to dissect the norm with short white sleeves appearing layered over black. Juxtaposed...

Belgian fashion designer Kris Van Assche has teamed up with American Bag and clothing manufacture Easkpak to release a collection of premium cotton bags for autumn/winter 2011. The collection features the classic shopper, bowling and messenger bags. When browsing the collection the tan...

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,...

A certain monotony was obviously intentional: the parade of small jackets, oversized polos and cropped pants with dropped crotches made it clear that Kris was playing with that point in a young man's life when he "puts away childish things" (perhaps not always succussfully). Susan...

To the blistering sound of Koudlam's Negative Creep, Kris Van Assche's urban warriors stomped down the runway at high speed. At first glance, the collection felt more dressed up than usual, with a proliferation of suiting and the ubiquitous pinstripes that have made a tremendous comeback for...

For the first time, Flemish born designer Kris Van Assche, Dior's Creative Director teamed up with Belgian photographer Willy Vanderperre on film project 'The Time I Had Some Time Alone'. Korean film Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter... and Spring formed the inspiration of the 'Lessness'...

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...

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...

a collection like this is how many wearable clothes and accessories it contains, while still offering all the runway flair one expects from a Paris Men's Week défilé. In other words, it's both commercially viable and surprisingly forward-looking–a rare combination in menswear. Kris Van...

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