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Bouquet for Dries Van Noten

Dries Van Noten with flowers
The threadbare design by Dries Van Noten. Imaxtree

The designer has resumed his participation in fashion shows.

Since February of 2020, he had not participated in the Women’s Fashion Week parades. A break that lasted for more than two years, during which time the events were transformed into TikTokeurs stadiums. And because practically everything has the same appearance these days, Dries Van Noten is a figure from the counter-culture even though he hasn’t altered anything about who he is. We are thankful to him for avoiding the photocall that was scheduled to take place at the entrance to the vacant parking lot on Boulevard de Vaugirard. To avoid referring to the 2000s and instead consider the planet in its current state, which is rough and delicate much like her exquisite blown glass jewelry,

To be responsible for this hypnotic rework of Blondie’s “Heart of Glass,” which was released by Blondie (Van Noten confides, backstage, that Debbie Harry would have liked to attend the show but having just completed a tour, she needed to limit her travels). And most importantly, we are grateful to him for his love of women, color, and flowers. “We began by experimenting with shapes in black, which were then softened by swirls of cloth, ruches, and ruffles. Then…

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