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DRIES VAN NOTEN: INSPIRATIONS at MoMu Antwerp

Fashion | December 30, 2014 |

Dries Van NotenImage courtesy of Dries Van Noten

DRIES VAN NOTEN: INSPIRATIONS at MoMu Antwerp

For the first time in his career designer Dries Van Noten reveals his oeuvre in an exhibition. Instead of a classic retrospective, the exhibition is a glance into the designer‘s creative world. To this end Van Noten was given access to the extensive Fashion and Textiles archives of Les Arts D√©coratifs in Paris.

Dries Van NotenImage courtesy of Dries Van Noten

Today Dries Van Noten is hailed as one of the biggest names in Belgian fashion. He has been showing his collections at the Paris Fashion week since the early 1990s. His displays are some of the most talked about and are attended by the cream of the international fashion press.

Dries Van NotenImage courtesy of Dries Van Noten

Through various themes the designer will offer a visually impressive insight into his works, his creative processes and his sources of inspiration. They will be illustrated with an exclusive selection of modern and classic art, a number of valuable pieces from the Fashion and Textiles collection of Les Arts D√©coratifs and film fragments that have inspired the designer throughout his collections. These objects are then brought face to face with an overview of the most important pieces of Van Noten‘s own oeuvre.

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