Inspired by his own home garden Dries van Noten brings bold floral prints and colors to his SS20 collection. The collection also includes artwork made by Mika Ninagawa in collaboration with graphic designer YOSHIROTTEN.
Dries Van Noten
Born in Antwerp in 1958, Dries Van Noten is the third generation in a family of tailors. At the age of 18, Dries entered the fashion design course of Antwerp’s Royal Academy. On graduating, he began to freelance as a consultant designer before starting his own collection of menswear in 1986. Positive reaction was almost immediate with orders placed by prestigious customers like Barneys New York, Pauw in Amsterdam and Whistles in London. In September of the same year Dries opened a tiny eponymous boutique in Antwerp’s gallery arcade only to move in 1989 to ‘Het Modepalais’ a fivestorey former department store in the Nationalestraat which remains today. Since its beginnings Dries Van Noten has presented collections for women and men for Spring/Summer and
Autumn/Winter each year.
Find Dries Van Noten men’s collections at Beam starting SS19.
Dries Van Noten’s beautiful FW19 collection is now available in store
‘Nostalgia del futuro’.
A view on tailoring for a next generation.
A fresh look on form and formality.
Precise, defined, considered, conscious, explicit, proper.
Delicate, powerful, handsome, polished, cultivated, elegant, manly, graceful.
From muted to psychedelic.
A step back from nonchalance and sportswear.
The collection plays with traditional dark hues and tones of the masculine and maritime wardrobe, blacks, navy, grey contrast with camel, fawn quilting, purples, ochre, khaki, cream and tan.
Highly coordinated, bursts of Hi-tech Tie-dye line dark coats and jackets. Seemingly organic tie-dyes prints are highly engineered in pattern and scale to be hyper optic and exactingly symmetric. They stand alongside their handcrafted and natural counterparts with traditional
tie-die techniques applied to cotton and knits.
See our picks for the season here:
Corbin shirt, 365€
Philip pant in Sand and Black, 385€
Tintin ST knitted polo, 380€
Corbin shirt, 210€
Hart t-shirt in Ecru and Black, 125€
Heard sweatshirt in Grey and Black, 195€
Cordero shirt in Black 285€
Harky PR t-shirt, 145€
Vence quilted jacket, 1190€
Taz knit, 485€
Hearst PR sweatshirt, 245€
Rave Bis coat, 1295€
Hearst PR sweatshirt, 245€
Pecan pants, 355€
Taz knit, 485€
Hadrion PR polo, 265€
Corbin printed shirt 315€
Corbin shirt, 215€
Haskell PR longsleeve tee, 285€
Pennel corduroy pants, 375€
The complete selection of Dries Van Noten’s Spring collection is here. This second delivery includes our picks of outerwear, pants and more shirting.
Here are the items delivered in the second drop:
Veber jacket blue print, 890€
Clasen embroidered ss shirt, 420€
Crola shirt jacket, 510€
Vagner patch jacket in Navy 890€
Corbin ls shirt in Black and Indigo, 210€
Portree pants in Navy and Cement, 330€
Curley ls shirt in White, 290€
Piene short in Black, 280€
Pen cotton/linen pants, 410€
Veber jacket Umber, 660€
Rotary bis coat, 940€
Check out the earlier arrivals here!
Dries Van Noten SS19 is here! For the first season with the brand we got a playful selection of clothing from this Verner Panton inspired collection. See the full presentation of our selection below.
Clasen ss shirt, 240€
Haston sweater 195€
Casal shirt 260€
Hob pr welle tee 260€
Casal striped shirt 340€
Hob tee, available in dark blue, purple and white, 115€
BM25/971 bag 450€
Haston pr hand sweater, 245€
Hoky pr Curve tee 220€
Castel ls shirt 280€
Curley printed ls shirt 390€
Flow scarves 390€
Nairobi sweater 530€
Haston sweat 195€
Haskins printed sweat 310€
BM25/851 bag 470€
We’ve added a new brand to our selection starting SS19. Dries Van Noten is now available in store with it’s first SS19 pieces. With this collection Dries Van Noten celebrates a creative partnership with the estate of Danish architect and designer, Verner Panton.
The SS19 collection is created in collaboration with the Panton family granting a rare permission to use and adapt the scale and colourways of his designs. The collection creates a fusion between the intensity of Panton colour and muted workwear. Colorful aesthetic is used as a fresh take on Dries Van Noten menswear wardrobe.
An explanatory label is sewn into garments details the collaboration that emphasis on a pared down yet elegant masculine silhouette, pushing conceptual codes of the utilitarian, tailoring and sportswear to soften the silhouette.
Welcome to see the new collection in store.