Dries Van Noten’s spring 2015 collection delivers a tailored and graphic collection inspired by Rudolf Nureyev. A Belgian designer, who is described by the New York Times as “one of fashion’s most cerebral designers,” comes from a family of garment makers and traders. His father owned a menswear shop and his grandfather was a tailor.
We love Dries Van Noten for his use of use of prints, colours, original fabrics and layering.
This season’s collection, some of our favourite pieces include a reversible graphic dot bomber jacket, a show stopping Japanese water print suit, and embroidered detailing on trousers and jackets.
Available in-store only.
Photo credits: Prince Silver