Dries van noten news and archive
PFW SS22: Dries Van Noten presents eccentric fashion film for bold new collection
Belgian designer Dries Van Noten displayed his new spring/summer 2022 collection through an eclectic fashion film and lookbook, for Paris Fashion Week, in collaboration with filmmaker Albert Moya and photographer Rafael Pavarotti. Inspired by the Holi festival in India and with the goal of transforming Tomorrowland festivalwear into high-fashion...
30 Sep 2021
Video: Dries Van Noten SS22 collection
In this video, Belgian fashion designer Dries Van Noten has presented his SS22 collection at Paris Men's Fashion Week (PFW). Watch the video below. Video: Dries Van Noten via YouTube Photo credit: Dries Van Noten, Facebook
30 Jun 2021
Net-a-Porter, Mr Porter tap Dries Van Noten for capsule collection
Belgian fashion designer Dries Van Noten has teamed up with retailers Net-a-Porter and Mr Porter, both owned by Yoox Net-a-Porter Group, for two exclusive capsule collections. The collections comprise androgynous styles in relaxed silhouettes and feature fabrics in sunburst colours and psychedelic prints, drawing inspiration from “dream-like...
4 May 2021
Dries van Noten brings raw emotion to Paris Fashion Week
In one of the most beautiful fashion films of the digital season, Dries van Noten’s contemporary mix of design and choreography brought pure emotion to the start of Paris Fashion Week. Setting the stage for a three-day shoot in Antwerp to film and photograph over forty dancers and models (all the time adhering to social distancing protocols)...
4 Mar 2021
Video: Dries van Noten’s FW21 collection
In this video, Belgian fashion designer Dries van Noten has presented his FW21 collection at Paris Fashion Week. Watch the video below. Do you want to see more FW21 clothing collections? Click here to view the FashionUnited Marketplace. Source: FF Channel via YouTube
27 Jan 2021
Two groups aiming to change the fashion industry join forces to bring systemic change
Back in May, in response to the pandemic, Belgian designer Dries Van Noten and a group of brands and retailers including Thom Browne, Acne studios, Mytheresa and Selfridges signed an open letter in a forum to the fashion industry announcing a proposal of “adjusting the seasonality and flow of both womenswear and menswear goods.” Another...
3 Dec 2020
Video: Dries Van Noten on creativity despite no physical shows
Since the beginning of the global lockdown Business of Fashion has been sharing conversations and webinars in partnership with some of fashion's biggest players. In the edition, Senior Editor Tim Blanks virtually meets up with Belgian designer Dries Van Noten to discuss how he was able to create a 'creatively compelling' collection without a...
21 Oct 2020
Fashion's emergency: Designers and retail executives sign open letter to transform industry practices
An open letter to the fashion community, signed by the industry’s leading creative directors, CEO’s, retail executives and brand owners, calls for transformation and a reset of its arduous calendar. Led by Belgian designer Dries van Noten and Lane Crawford chief executive Andrew Keith, the letter, published on Tuesday, appeals to bring about...
13 May 2020
Dries van Noten names new president
Dries van Noten has named Matteo de Rosa president of the brand. de Rosa's appointment is effective February 1. The executive joins the luxury brand from Australian luxury group Kennedy. Previously de Rosa also served as managing director of Ports 1961. In 2018, Dries van Noten was acquired by Spanish fashion group Puig, which took a majority...
24 Jan 2020
Dior AW20 bringing a London twist to Parisian menswear
Kim Jones injected a spot of English aristocratic insouciance into the DNA of Dior Friday, with a starry men's Paris fashion week show that riffed on British upper class eccentricity. This was the fabled French label at its most dandyish and decadent, with top coats with velvet collars, trompe l'oeil grey minks and a staggering...
18 Jan 2020
The highlights and lowlights of Paris Fashion Week SS20
The Spring Summer 2020 Paris catwalk season has come to a full stop. It began last Monday with Mame Kurogouchi and ended with Louis Vuitton 8 days later on Tuesday evening. A key takeaway from the Paris shows sees brands making outward commitments to sustainability as the echoes of climate change loudly reveberate through the insular walls of...
2 Oct 2019
18th century influence in PFW SS20 Shows
Dries Van Noten and Christian Lacroix channelled "Barry Lyndon", Andreas Kronthaler and Vivienne Westwood Mozart, and on Sunday US designer Thom Browne went potty for Madame de Pompidour. With designers' falling out of love with streetwear, Paris fashion week has gone nuts for the 18th century. Even streetwear's main man, the American Virgil...
30 Sep 2019