Dries Van Noten’s Dynamic Layered Take on Wearable Fashion for F/W 24

Dries Van Noten, celebrated for his sculptural silhouettes, took an innovative approach to his latest collection, infusing vibrant energy into effortlessly wearable pieces for F/W 24. Dubbed ‘The Woman Who Dares to Cut Her Own Fringe,’ the collection celebrates the powerful woman and individuality expressed through a delicate pastel palette, fluid drapery, and lush fabrics. Among the standout pieces were couture-shaped outerwear, exemplified by a striking hot pink blazer with a contrasting mustard lining and an asymmetrical fur coat with innovative sleeve attachments, as modeled by J Moon. Luiza Perote effortlessly wears a layered grey sweatshirt over a light rose-colored turtleneck – while traditional corporate workwear shirts are reimagined when paired with sparkling fuzzy sapphire sweaters, adding a touch of glamour to professional attire. Hand-painted motifs adorn coordinating sets, infusing them with whimsical charm and adorned tassels for a playful flourish. Neutral separates like sheer skirts and tops offered versatility, illustrating the multifaceted nature of the powerful woman. Long-time collaborator stylist Nancy Rohde defied convention, offering pairings suitable for the office and a night out. Echoes of Van Noten’s late hero, Claude Montana, resonate through the collection, particularly evident in the strong-shouldered tailoring. Photographer Sonny Vandevelde provides an intimate behind-the-scenes look at the show, capturing Van Noten’s vision in vivid, rich detail.

All photos by Sonny Photos | Indigital for Models.com

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