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Dries Van Noten Mixes Prints with Minimalism for Paris Fashion Week

Dries Van Noten Debuts Ready-to-Wear

Belgian designer, Dries Van Noten, debuted his Spring 2018 Ready-to-Wear collection at Paris Fashion Week on Wednesday September 27th. The collection mixed prints with minimalism and added pops of color throughout the show.

photo from Vogue

photo from Vogue

This was the show’s opening look and set the stage for the collection’s aesthetic. This nude/blush spaghetti strapped dress featured gorgeous hanging beads and a sheer overlay. The look was simple yet effortlessly chic.

photo from Vogue

photo from Vogue

Dries Van Noten experimented with print but still kept it in subtle, muted colors. This piece featured brown lips as well as a floral pattern on the shoulders.

photo from Vogue

photo from Vogue

In the latter half of the collection, color became more prominent but the simple, flattering silhouettes remained the same. This one shouldered dress elongated the model’s already tall physique. A pink strappy sandal added contrast to the gown’s yellow and orange print.

photo from Vogue

photo from Vogue

Here’s that amazing lip print again. I think Kylie Jenner would be jealous. This loose, delicate dress looks so chic paired with silver glitter boots. We can’t help but notice that shiny, silver boots seem to be the new trend of the moment à la Gucci. Boots like these may be difficult for the average person to pull off, but on the runway it’s a showstopper.

photo from Vogue

photo from Vogue

This mixed pattern one-shouldered dress closed the show, tying together elements from many of the collection’s ensembles.

photo from Vogue

photo from Vogue

Designer, Dries Van Noten, descended down the stage after his successful Paris Fashion Week show.

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