Once described by The New York Times as being “one of fashion’s most cerebral designers,” Dries Van Noten has continued to create collections that embody an intellectual aesthetic and unmatched spirit of independence season after season. This past March marked the Belgian brand’s one hundredth show and to celebrate, the designer is releasing a book set including over 2,000 photos from his archives. Text within each book includes a recount of the inspirations, creative references and context of each collection written by renowned journalists Susannah Frankel and Tim Blanks.
Click through to take a sneak-peek inside Dries Van Noten 1-100, the book set that will be available for purchase worldwide this October.
Dries Van Noten’s collections over time:
Image courtesy: Dries Van Noten
From: ELLE USA