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Dries Van Noten is a Belgian fashion designer and an eponymous fashion brand. In 2005, the New York Times described him as "one of fashion's most cerebral designers". His style is said to be "eccentric", and fell out of favor during the long period of minimalistic fashion in the early 1990s, only to make a come back towards the mid-2000s, culminating with Van Noten's winning of the International Award of the Council of Fashion Designers of America in 2008. That same year, he dressed actress Cate Blanchett for the Academy Awards, and has continued to dress her for other red carpet events since then.

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DRIES VAN NOTEN Silvan denim midi skirt

Illuminated ice flower sculptures by Japanese botanical artist Azuma Makoto's welcomed the fashion crowd toDRIES VAN NOTEN’s SS17 runway. The crackling sound of the melting artworks added suspense as models stormed the scene with on-point maximalism. One of the most wearable pieces is the Silvan midi skirt in dark indigo denim with contrast stitching. Sitting high on the waist, the surprising raw edge offsets the standard five-pocket styling. Indigo

DRIES VAN NOTEN Porto Elastic Pants

75% cotton, 25% linen

DRIES VAN NOTEN Benz Double Breated Blazer

75% cotton, 25% linen

DRIES VAN NOTEN Dorsey floral-print crepe midi dress

AtDRIES VAN NOTEN’s SS17 show, the runway was lined with gigantic ice blocks filled with flowers. The visual effect of suspended florals translates to this column-style dress with contrasting blooms lying on top of one another and tumbling towards the midi-length hem. Adding to the nonchalantly arranged print, the lightweight crepe construction skims the body with fishnet-informed mesh at the yoke. Why not consider a waist-defining braided belt? Black

DRIES VAN NOTEN Rosen pleated shell coat

Woven from touches of silk for lustre, this lightweight shell maxi-length coat from Belgian fashion designerDRIES VAN NOTENwill add volume and drama to key new-season looks. Adored for its distinctive pleating, puff sleeves and ruffled cuffs, it’s shaped with gentle gathering at the drawstring waist to cinch in the Victoriana influences. Slip it on over shirting and a denim skirt or use it to switch up eveningwear with its interesting proportions. Black

DRIES VAN NOTEN Picabo denim micro shorts

DRIES VAN NOTENlikes to do things his own way. Born in Antwerp in 1958, he is not a self-indulgent designer; he designs clothes to be worn. With that in mind, these denim micro shorts are a practical addition to your SS17 edit. Sitting high on the waist with a classic five-pocket construction, the contrast stitching gives the pair a subtle hint of detail. Team with chunky open-toe sandals for a seasonal look that’s going places. Kaki

DRIES VAN NOTEN Salvado silk-satin midi skirt

DRIES VAN NOTENwelcomes SS17 with a flourish of flowers – as seen within the dripping ice sculptures on the runway to the spontaneity and energy of the floral prints. This Salvado midi skirt is made from silk satin enlivened with the boldest blooms. For maximum impact, team the pencil silhouette with a coordinating blouse or layered fishnet top for a chance combination. Pink Yellow

DRIES VAN NOTEN Vismesrev floral-jacquard bomber jacket

Big, bold and channelling a bygone era, the floral-jacquard body of this roomy bomber jacket from Belgian fashion designerDRIES VAN NOTENadheres to the current retro full-bloom revival. Modernity is added with gleaming metallic sleeves, while considered darts, zipped pockets and classic ribbed trims anchor the oversized fit. Layer yours over everything from silk dresses, sharp tailoring to dressed-down denim. Yellow

DRIES VAN NOTEN Naara sequinned merino wool top

Don’t believe those who insist sequins should be contraband before nightfall – they know nothing.DRIES VAN NOTENlets them shine all day – and night – in the easy-to-style Naara sequinned top . It’s been crafted from the finest merino wool so that the high neck sits softly on the skin while a boxy fit and short sleeves establish more casual proportions for a sparkling silhouette that dresses with anything from acid-wash denim to a brocade skirt. Black Ecru

DRIES VAN NOTEN Dewar cotton shift dress

Forget everything you associate with the iconic LBD and throw the sartorial rulebook out of the window forDRIES VAN NOTEN’s interpreted Dewar dress . Cut from cotton to shape the plumage of ruffles spanning the ruched sleeves, this shift style number broadens the silhouette without enveloping it. Shun tonal accessorising for a burst of colour with statement shoes and the label’s embroidered bag. Black

DRIES VAN NOTEN Paola striped tapered trousers

Steering away from the scripted notions put in place by previous designers,DRIES VAN NOTEN’s SS17 edit revelled in chance combination. Shaking up your formalwear with its sharp sense of confidence, these crepe trousers hit just above the ankle in a flattering tapered cut. Horizontally striped in a wide contrasting pattern, the pressed centre creases and side slip pockets get the balance between casual and formal just right. Kaki

DRIES VAN NOTEN Doyley crepe midi dress

Flowers were the highlight ofDRIES VAN NOTEN’s SS17 collection, taking centre stage not only on the prints but also the runway that was lined with dripping ice sculptures filled with pretty blooms. This slip-style midi dress is one of the more pared-back looks. Cut from the brand's luxuriously soft crepe, it has a relaxed pyjama-inspired silhouette with a floral-print trimmed V-neck and beautifully knotted buttons running down the side. Wear this style with loafers or sandals. Black

DRIES VAN NOTEN Negotiate jacquard-knitted jumper

A darkness pervadedDRIES VAN NOTENthis season with the designer exploring the dichotomy between the beautiful and the brutal. On the runway that notion translated to delicate floral arrangements encased in melting ice blocks, and exploding Japanese floral blooms scattering silhouettes; showcased here with the Negotiate jumper . Self-styled or partnered with the coordinating skirt, it’s a head-turning piece for all the right reasons. Black L blue

DRIES VAN NOTEN Calman embroidered cotton top

Styled with an on-point mock neck, this Calman top from Belgian fashion designerDRIES VAN NOTENhas a silky, lustrous feel and is printed with a darker and enigmatic twist on classic floral print. Cut from crisp cotton, the boxy shape is enhanced with wider, cuffed sleeves and embellished with contrasting buttons at the shoulder and richly-hued, full-bloom embroideries. Emulate the brand’s oriental influences by teaming yours with more clashing colours and intricate patterns. Ecru

DRIES VAN NOTEN Cruz silk floral shirt

Famed for his use of elegance with an avant-garde edge,DRIES VAN NOTEN’s designs are the result of an undisputable eye for cut and the finer details. Crafted from pure silk, this short-sleeved shirt looks to the orient for its inspiration. Styled with volume and proportion in all the right places, its relaxed fit ensures a comfortable return. With a floral motif intertwined amongst strands of rope, it’s a piece that quietly exudes confidence. Black

DRIES VAN NOTEN Haefelepr flocked-floral cotton-jersey dress

Flocked, velvety floral motifs adorn this soft cotton-jersey, trapeze-style dress from Antwerp-based designerDRIES VAN NOTEN. Traditional prints and rich textures from around the world form a distinct part of the SS17 collection, and this oversized cut displays why this fashion brand is one of the most sensitive handlers when it comes to diverse inspirations. Shaped with flared, trumpet sleeves and ruffled cuffs, it has an elegant drape and fluid feel. Navy

DRIES VAN NOTEN Embellished and ruffled cotton sweatshirt

As far as a statement sweatshirt is concerned, particularly in the athleisure realm that’s dominated this season’s runways,DRIES VAN NOTEN’s version bests all. Inspiring a collection of haphazardly interpreted day-to-day dress the Belgian-born designer conjures this cotton pullover with similar furore. Spanned with an embellished ruff at the collar and splayed with a woven shoulder strap, its equal parts perennial and avant-garde. Skin

DRIES VAN NOTEN Carlita floral-print silk-satin top

DRIES VAN NOTENwelcomes SS17 with a flourish of flowers – as seen within the dripping ice sculptures on the runway to the spontaneity and energy of the floral prints. This Carlita top is made from silk satin enlivened with the boldest blooms. For maximum impact, team with the matching midi skirt or go for clashing textures and patterns for a chance combination. Black

DRIES VAN NOTEN Panter wide-leg cotton and linen-blend trousers

Military detailing gets an update this season, stepping forward from its utilitarian roots to channel a precise new elegance withDRIES VAN NOTEN’s figure-flattering Panter trousers . Sitting naturally high on the waist, they’re crafted from a cotton and linen blend and tailored to a classic wide-leg cut with thoughtful darts and slant pockets. Dress them up with the designer’s richly-hued, opulent separates and accessories. Khaki Peach

DRIES VAN NOTEN Dubois cold-shoulder cotton midi dress

Spontaneity informedDRIES VAN NOTEN’s SS17 collection with prints as you’ve never seen them before. Striving to contrast and not inclined to match, the Belgian designer progresses the eccentricity he has built for the label over the past few years into styles such as this cotton, cold-shoulder Dubois dress . A breezy, endlessly easy-to-wear style, winding ropes come together to form a nautical-influenced pattern – abstract and captivating. Kaki

DRIES VAN NOTEN Floral-print cotton-voile shirt

Between the backlit runway and the encased floral arrangements emerging from dripping ice blocks,DRIES VAN NOTEN’s SS17 collection was a chance to explore the designer’s dark side. A respite from the shadows was an exploding Japanese bloom motif, punctuated here in vibrant colour bursts across this shirt . Crafted from lightweight cotton-voile, it’s comes up cropped at the sleeves and hem so consider cinching yours with high-rise trousers. Light blue Red

DRIES VAN NOTEN Powell cropped crepe trousers

Chopping up garments and throwing floral prints on them formed the basis ofDRIES VAN NOTEN’s SS17 runway edit. Perfectly executed here in these crepe Powell trousers , the high-rise waist balances with the flared cut of the cropped ankle. Complete with side slip pockets and pressed centre creases sharpening the exterior, the pair prove themselves more than appropriate for summer office dressing. Navy

DRIES VAN NOTEN Beaded collar silk shirt

Chance combinations provedDRIES VAN NOTEN’s calling card this season with a collection inspired by a brutalist nature of mashing and melding opposing garments together. Decade play was a key trigger, showcased with the Edwardian leg-of-mutton sleeves of this silk shirt , dipped in an unexpected shade of azure. Fluted high at the neck, the lace yoke frames a necklace of tiered beadwork to further perpetuate the eclectic reconditioning. Sky

DRIES VAN NOTEN Hageness cotton and silk-blend T-shirt

This Hageness T-shirt fromDRIES VAN NOTENfeatures a silky front with lush blooms scattered across, nailing this season’s penchant for floral print with a dark and enigmatic twist. Crafted from a luxurious cotton and silk blend, the cut is relaxed with a contrasting trim at the neckline and boxy sleeves. Layer yours over the Belgian fashion designer’s SS17 fishnet looks to give your new-season edit a modern, punk attitude. Hay Navy

DRIES VAN NOTEN Rolt floral-jacquard coat

DRIES VAN NOTEN’s SS17 runway saw the models stepping through puddles created by Japanese botanical artist Azuma Makoto's iced flower sculptures. The frozen artworks were mirrored in the collections most coveted reoccurring motifs. Styled with notch lapels and front patch pockets, this slightly oversized, single-breasted Rolt coat captures the mood with its tactile floral jacquard finish. Keep the palette cohesive for a sense of calm. Red

DRIES VAN NOTEN Hashim mesh top

Harking back to the dawn of unorthodox dressing that was championed across the Eighties,DRIES VAN NOTENbrings back the mesh top in a big way. Rounded off with raw-cut edges, the long-sleeved layer may be cut to a classic crewneck but that's where the conventionality ends. If you're feeling bold, wear it over a lace bralette, or stick to teaming it with a cotton tee for a more modest approach. Black

DRIES VAN NOTEN Sequin-embellished lace shirt

The conceal and reveal nature of the frozen botanical arrangements installed withinDRIES VAN NOTEN’s SS17 showspace reflected the designer’s attempt at containing fragility on the runway. Born from the aesthetic, this shirt is rendered with similar ingenuity through windowpanes of floral lace to temper just the right amount of skin beneath, with a scattering of sequins and paillettes emerging from the dropped hem a final prim touch. Black

DRIES VAN NOTEN Carlabis brocade and satin top

Textured brocade goes full bloom on this Carlabis top fromDRIES VAN NOTEN's SS17 collection. Taking style notes from the humble T-shirt, its relaxed fit lends the tactile design a nonchalant, just-thrown-on feel in satin, while the floral overlay adds depth and dimension to the front. It's finished with a keyhole and simple popper fastening at the back. Silver

DRIES VAN NOTEN Hickin oversized jersey and mesh T-shirt

Belgian fashion designerDRIES VAN NOTENis renowned for mixing textures, fabrics and finishes for the most unexpected results. Take this oversized Hickin T-shirt ; elongated in shape from the softest jersey and pushed even further in the hemline stakes with an additional underlay of honeycomb-patterned mesh. Keep the sartorial style supersized over wide-leg trousers. Kaki

DRIES VAN NOTEN Poiretti wide-leg cotton and linen-blend trousers

Stepping forward from its utilitarian roots to channel a precise new elegance for SS17 areDRIES VAN NOTEN’s figure-flattering Poiretti trousers . Sitting naturally high on the waist, they’re crafted from a lightweight cotton and linen blend and tailored to a classic wide-leg shape with turn-up cuffs. Finished with pressed creases front and back and a modern, ankle-baring cropped length –  all you need is a pair of the label’s sculptural heels. Black Ecru

DRIES VAN NOTEN Ruffled cotton T-shirt

As far as a statement crew is concerned, particularly in the athleisure realm that’s dominated this season’s runways,DRIES VAN NOTEN’s version bests all. Inspiring a collection of haphazardly interpreted day-to-day dress the Belgian-born maverick conjures this cotton T-shirt with similar furore. Rendered with a frayed ruffle swarming from sleeve to waist, its design is equal parts perennial and avant-garde. Black White

DRIES VAN NOTEN Neither jacquard-knitted skirt

A darkness pervadedDRIES VAN NOTENthis season with the designer exploring the dichotomy between the beautiful and the brutal. On the runway that notion translated to delicate floral arrangements encased in ice blocks, and exploding Japanese floral blooms scattering silhouettes; showcased here with the Neither skirt . Self-styled or partnered with the coordinating jumper, it’s a head-turning piece for all the right reasons. Black

DRIES VAN NOTEN Powell flared satin trousers

Shine brightly this season with Antwerp-based designerDRIES VAN NOTEN’s Powell trousers . Perfect for purveyors of all-black outfits, this high-rise pair is made from lustrous satin with a smouldering sheen and features a flared leg with pressed creases for extra polish and leg-lengthening appeal. Team the cropped length with sandals, switching for a more ornate pair in the evening. Black

DRIES VAN NOTEN Cakung embellished-collar silk-crepe shirt

Crisp lines and an intricately embellished collar – think floral-inspired beadwork and delicate fringing – bring uptown glamour to Belgian fashion designerDRIES VAN NOTEN’s silk-crepe shirt . A masterclass in modern tailoring, this versatile design exhibits a quiet individualism and sense of restraint compared to the strong oriental influences of the SS17 collection. Consider this the perfect partner to floral-jacquard shorts and metallic heels. Ecru

DRIES VAN NOTEN Druoni silk-satin shirt dress

Flowers were the highlight ofDRIES VAN NOTEN’s SS17 collection, taking centre stage not only on the prints but also the runway that was lined with dripping ice sculptures filled with pretty blooms. This shirt dress is one of the more pared-back looks. Cut from the brand's luxuriously soft silk satin with a speckled pattern, it has a pointed collar, button-up placket and central pleating. Wear this loose-fitting style with loafers or sandals. Black

DRIES VAN NOTEN Habhab flocked cotton-jersey T-shirt

Belgian fashion designerDRIES VAN NOTENtakes inspiration from the Far East with this generously proportioned cotton-jersey T-shirt . The oriental influences add depth to the flocked floral motifs that are scattered across the design. Shaped with dropped shoulders, the boxy fit is cinched ever-so-slightly with precise darting through the waistline. Layer yours over wide-leg jeans to maximise your SS17 sartorial points. Black

DRIES VAN NOTEN Holeton embellished cotton-jersey sweatshirt

Within the shadows ofDRIES VAN NOTEN’s Holeton sweatshirt glistens an elaborate ornamentation of embroidered sequins, perfectly depicting the designer’s exploration between the beautiful and the brutal for SS17. Described as ‘hypnotic’, the collection was his chance to tear apart and piece back together the hallmarks of his lavish aesthetic. It’s only right something as simple as a cotton pullover would receive the same kind of treatment. Kaki Navy

DRIES VAN NOTEN Ruched woven jacket

Labelled “one of fashion’s most cerebral designers” by the New York Times,DRIES VAN NOTENstrikes again for SS17 with a collection that evoked the darker side of innocence. Acutely tailored to a cropped cut, this woven jacket is structured with flap pockets and notch lapels as pleated darts create ruching at the waist as if it’s being pinched in by invisible hands. Opt for head-to-toe Dries with one of the label’s floral skirts. Black Yellow

DRIES VAN NOTEN Davoz sequin-embellished midi dress

Specialising in elegant pieces with an avant-garde edge,DRIES VAN NOTENis the master of turning the expected, into the unexpected. New to the Belgium label’s SS17 edit, this woven midi dress tackles eveningwear in a confident manner. Stripped of its detail, this sleeveless number lets its sharp cut and fashion know-how speak for itself. Team with plaited courts and minimal accessories to continue the uncomplicated theme. Black

DRIES VAN NOTEN Sloane lace skirt

Fans ofDRIES VAN NOTENwill know that this is a brand that's about as far away from pared-back minimalism as you can get. Often calling on classic detailing that wouldn't look out of place in some of the most opulent royal courts, this is a label that doesn't shy away from lavish. Fashioned from semi-sheer lace, this pencil skirt boasts an embellished hem that delicately rustles with myriad tonal sequins and shimmering beads. Kaki

DRIES VAN NOTEN Viard cotton-blend bomber jacket

Give your local florist a run for their money withDRIES VAN NOTEN’s Viard jacket . Created from a cotton-blend for a surprisingly lightweight feel, a patchwork of floral prints borrow romantic visuals from Kelmscott Manor – the country home of writer William Morris and the inspiration behind Noten’s latest collection. Follow it swiftly with a white tee and overloaded skirt and expect to be streetstyle-snapped. Black

DRIES VAN NOTEN Salvado silk-satin midi skirt

DRIES VAN NOTENwelcomes SS17 with a flourish of flowers – as seen within the dripping ice sculptures on the runway to the spontaneity and energy of the floral prints. This Salvado midi skirt is made from silk satin enlivened with the boldest blooms. For maximum impact, team the pencil silhouette with a coordinating blouse or layered fishnet top for a chance combination. Pink Yellow

DRIES VAN NOTEN Dorsey floral-print silk-satin maxi dress

AtDRIES VAN NOTEN’s SS17 show, the runway was lined with gigantic ice blocks filled with flowers. The visual effect of suspended florals translates to this maxi dress with contrasting blooms lying on top of one another and tumbling towards the floor-sweeping hem. Adding to the nonchalantly arranged print, the lightweight silk-satin construction skims the body with fishnet-informed mesh at the yoke. Why not consider a waist-defining braided belt? Pink

DRIES VAN NOTEN Floral-appliqué mesh top

Containing the fragility of beauty spurredDRIES VAN NOTENto create a showspace arched with pillars of frozen botanical arrangements. You can trace the designer’s inspiration here in the realisation of this top , conjured from mesh – the equivalent of ice – and punctuated at the chest with an artful swarm of an appliqué patch to represent the entrapped blooms. Temper the diaphanous profile with a button-down shirt, as styled. Black

DRIES VAN NOTEN Floral-embroidered cotton-poplin dress

Between the backlit runway and the encased floral arrangements emerging from dripping ice blocks,DRIES VAN NOTEN’s SS17 collection was a chance to explore the designer’s dark side. A respite from the shadows was an exploding Japanese bloom motif, punctuated here in vibrant colour bursts across this the sleeves and hem of this cotton-poplin dress , despite its buttoned-up collar trying to temper the beauty. Ecru

DRIES VAN NOTEN Narrow peplum knitted cotton jumper

WhereDRIES VAN NOTENfinds his creative friction is between good craftsmanship and unexpected design. SS17 stayed closer to this pursuit than ever with styles such as the Narrow jumper waving the flag for both. Spun into a waffle-knit for classic texture, the pure cotton composition is stretched into a boxy fit that might be a tad roomy if it weren’t for the peplum hem. In true Dries style, it only features at the front, precisely where it’s needed. Orange

DRIES VAN NOTEN Picabo jacquard shorts

Alongside the dramatic and dripping iced flower sculptures by Japanese artist Azuma Makoto,DRIES VAN NOTEN’s SS17 runway’s most gripping looks were those that mirrored the botanical beauty. These Picabo shorts in floral jacquard perfectly epitomise the striking reference points and citrus colour schemes. Sitting naturally high on the hips with classic five-pocket styling, the boxy fit and silver-toned branded hardware feels fresh and modern. Yellow

DRIES VAN NOTEN Floral-jacquard pencil skirt

Looking like a Japanese botanical garden in full bloom,DRIES VAN NOTEN’s SS17 edit couldn’t have been more season appropriate. One of many fitted pencil skirts in the designer's collection, this floral-jacquard design sits comfortably with a mid-rise waist and modest knee-length cut. Styled with a slit at the back hem for ease of movement, dress it down with a knitted peplum top and metallic pumps for a contemporary weekend look. Red

DRIES VAN NOTEN Daley printed silk dress

In a move that is decidedly uncharacteristic forDRIES VAN NOTEN, for SS17 the Belgian designer explained to Vogue, “We just started to chop up garments and throw flower prints on. Everything contrasting!” The Daley dress is a product of such spontaneity. Realised in pure silk for added movement, a single dandelion head becomes the focal point at the waist as an oversized fit suspends and hangs the fit like a flower's ready-to-drop petals. Black

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Dries Van Noten is a Belgian fashion designer and an eponymous fashion brand. In 2005, the New York Times described him as "one of fashion's most cerebral designers". His style is said to be "eccentric", and fell out of favor during the long period of minimalistic fashion in the early 1990s, only to make a come back towards the mid-2000s, culminating with Van Noten's winning of the International Award of the Council of Fashion Designers of America in 2008. That same year, he dressed actress Cate Blanchett for the Academy Awards, and has continued to dress her for other red carpet events since then.

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