I understand this is “aristocratic” but aristocrats kept these kind of outfits for interior only and their family eyes only. Moreover this doesn’t seem manly to me. I can understand animal prints but this prints and blanket like jackets are not for me nor for my man.
Interesting prints and jackets. The pants seem quite original too. I wish we could see them a bit better. It’s not a look for everyone, I’m sure, but in small doses, it could add a lot of visual impact to an outfit.
Dries is the Grand Master of Mixology and this collection is why. The textures, the patterns, the colours and manipulation of the fabric (just take a look at those pants!). The fact that the collection was called “The Morning After” brought a wry smile to my lips and memories of throwing on any garments I could find and heading down to the local coffee shop for a hangover cure! There are elements from many different places in the collection and some I spotted were clothes that maybe a traveller would pick up in countries abroad, girlfriend’s garments and bed robes; polar opposites but when put cleverly together in a Dries Van Noten show… they make perfect sense!