23 January 2020
This week, Dries Van Noten hires a president formerly at the helm of Ports 1961, while Agent Provocateur appoints a CEO and CCO.
Menswear - Autumn 2020
19 January 2020
The backing of cosmetics giant Puig means Dries Van Noten is no longer weighed down with the responsibilities of the independent creator. But there's also the passage of time. Older, defiantly not wiser.
Ready-to-Wear Spring 2020
3 October 2019
27 September 2019
27 September 2019
The melding of their minds delivered an edgy extravagance forged in compatibility.
21 August 2019
11 July 2019
22 June 2019
In embracing an icon like Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Van Noten could be signalling his need to destroy the cage he thinks the world has made for him — making for an enthralling collection.
28 February 2019
Fading summer flowers struck the designer as the germ of a collection. How do you make such a cliché strange but still desirable? He got the emotional response he was after.
19 January 2019
The collection felt a little over-familiar — a statement that was strong without being particularly bold, minus the arcana that has always been his special spice.
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