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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...

Belgium fashion designer Kris Van Assche has dropped a new hi-top Jodhpur trainer for his fall 2011 collection. As with the rest of his footwear collections it follows the usual monochromatic colour scheme of black and white. This trainer has to be one of our favourite picks here at...

i loved the use of neutrals towards the end of the collection & am beyond impressed by van assche's reworking of a minmal aesthetic. simple, striking & powerfully creative concepts- the kris van assche label is one that i look for each season. strong direction, sleek design, chic...

We wonder if Rick Ross has discovered Kris Van Assche yet? The world feels like an emptier place without the bawse lying about being able into some designer duds. We think this jacket would be right up his alley. (Ssense) Related posts: " Kris Van Assche Blazer " Kris Van Assche Autumn 2009...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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 men "fresh out of adolescence." We think they're great for...

This is a great one, as they've got Rick Owens to interview Kris Van Assche. As you'd expect it's pretty fashtastic, with tales of the last time they met, KVA's introduction into fashion and tattoos. Read it here. Related posts: " Kris Van Assche Interviewed by Rick Owens " Q&A with Kris...