Dries Van Noten was all about interesting proportions- rather than tailoring the menswear-inspired pieces to skinny proportions they’re oversized. But the colors and prints turned them into luxurious feminine pieces.
You can see hints of the seventies and forties throughout the collection. Dries told Style.Com that he was trying to capture light inspired by the artist Jef Verheyen and you can see the efforts through the use of pale colors, iridescence, and flowing fabrics.
This is an easy glamourous collection that is entirely wearable and, so far, my favorite collection of Paris SS 11.


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