Ready-to-Wear - Autumn 2017
1 March 2017
Dries Van Noten’s 100th show distilled the style that won him hearts and minds decades ago.
Menswear - Autumn 2017
23 January 2017
20 January 2017
There was a hard edge that was something new for Van Noten — an emphasis on strong shape rather than rich decoration. It felt defiant and that certainly felt right for now.
Ready-to-Wear Spring 2017
28 September 2016
“Daring a little bit more. Losing control…a little.” That’s how Dries Van Noten described his emotional input for a collection that worked startling contrasts to great effect.
Menswear - Spring 2017
26 June 2016
25 June 2016
Van Noten is a true designer — maybe even old school — in his passion for his craft, and this collection brought him back to the stuff that human hands make.
Right Brain, Left Brain
3 June 2016
Last week, BoF editor-at-large Tim Blanks was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from the Academy of Art University. His first lesson: approach every interaction with passion, curiosity and joy.
Ready-to-Wear - Autumn 2016
10 March 2016
3 March 2016
3 March 2016 • By Tim Blanks
2 March 2016
A masterclass in fashion narrative from Dries Van Noten, who was inspired by the Marchesa Casati and her poet lover Gabriele D’Annunzio.
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