“We are in a period of fashion overdose right now. There’s too much pressure,” designer Dries Van Noten told the New York Times in an interview marking his 100th show milestone. That may be the case, but as always, his collection—this time featuring models who had walked in previous Dries shows, including many over…
Belgian visionary Dries van Noten always has a strong point of view, one accompanied by perfect tailoring and architectural takes on power dressing. Today at Paris Fashion Week, his collection invoked old money and yachting clubs viewed through a murderous lens—very Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, if its sequel were …
Have you guys seen the new Dries?!?! Could you die?!?! Could you pee all over yourself?!? Could you swim in those brocades until you literally suffocate?!??
You always wanted to see Pennywise, the scary clown from It, wearing McDonald's-inspired Moschino. Right?
Sweatshirts are the hot trend for fall, you know, the time of year when you’ll probably be wearing sweatshirts anyway, because the air is crisp and long-sleeves are helpful. I, as a fashionable lazy person, am thrilled about this news. Et tu?
The Dries Van Noten show was terrific. Colorful, fun, interesting, fresh-feeling...in short, an antidote to a lot of what we've seen so far!
The Dries Van Noten show was like Working Girl goes to Tokyo. And if that sounds intriguing, it was.
Well, a really expensive, subversive military charm school that most of us can't actually get into. But still! There were some seriously gorgeous duds at the designer's Paris fashion show earlier today.
Why should you like Dries Van Noten? Because the man does not believe in advertising. So is the shit expensive? Well sure. But this member of breakaway, brilliant Belgian designers known as the Antwerp Six ain't gonna hustle for your hard-earned dollars. Love. We also love his fantastic eye for textiles and…