Dries Van Noten.

By: Musée des arts décoratifs (France) | Modemuseum Provincie Antwerpen.
Contributor(s): Noten, Dries van.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Tielt : Lannoo, 2014Description: 307 pages : chiefly illustrations (chiefly colour) ; 31 cm.ISBN: 9789401414746.Subject(s): Costume and Fashion | Noten, Dries van-Interviews | Fashion designers-Belgium-Exhibitions | Noten, Dries van-ExhibitionsDDC classification: 646NOT
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Dries Van Noten is an icon of Antwerp Fashion. Being part of the Antwerp 6, he became prominent in the international fashion world by the end of the eighties. Described by the NY Times as "one of fashion's most cerebral designers", he won the International Award of the Council of Fashion Designers of America in 2008. This volume shows the range and diversity of his collections to date, revealing his sources of inspiration, using a range of creative mediums (paintings, fashion, photography, music, personal photographs) to illustrate this and really get inside the mind of the fashion designer, from concept to construction. Contents: I. Itinerary. How it all started. From studying at the academy until his first shows; 2. Vocabulary. This section shows Dries Van Noten's inspirations in combination with his work; 3. Universe. Timeline with a complete overview of the collections; Lifestyle containing Van Noten's house and gardens. Exhibition: Feb 25th - Aug 31st 2014, Musee des Arts Decoratifs, Paris; Autumn 2014: Momu, Antwerp, Belgium. AUTHOR: Pamela Golbin is the Chief Curator at Musee des Arts Decoratifs in Paris; Kaat Debo is head of MoMu (Antwerp Fashion Museum), Hamish Bowles is an English fashion journalist and European editor-at-large for the American edition of Vogue. SELLING POINTS: Unique combination of the works and inspiration of designer Dries Van Noten 800 colour illustrations