Dries Van Noten Spring/Summer 2014 RTW – Paris Fashion Week
“One of the fashion’s most cerebral designers” as the New York Times claimed launches his new spring 2014 fashion line at Paris Fashion Week that is interestingly creative and original. The Dries Van Noten spring/summer 2014 collection is casual and hot at the same time. The creative designer tries to give a special touch to the everyday apparels making them more unique and exclusive.
With the comfy loose pants, cool boyish jackets and creative prints you can surely make your days more positive, effective and unforgettable. You will have a bright look to please not only yourself, but also the important people in your life. The apparels have an interesting feeling of cheerfulness, contentment and relaxed comfort. The combination of some oldies’ elements with new innovative and original shapes and styles make the Dries Van Noten spring/summer 2014 collection an interestingly curious one.
The character of the runway show is the sophisticated and smart college student that doesn’t have time to be classy, but looks perfectly feminine in her comfortable and cozy outfits. The designer uses quite many hues and colors to show his unlimited talent and ability to make entertaining looks from the simplest and plainest designs. The variety of the used materials is also big; you see expensive silk dresses, or strange overcoats, cotton shirts or luxurious chiffon tops one after another.
A very important and yet somewhat strange element of the looks is the long yellow ruffle that gives a Spanish touch to the dresses. The flamenco dancers would absolutely love this piece of clothing and would use it during their hot and passionate dances.
The Dries Van Noten spring/summer 2014 runway show started with a plain white dress with the mentioned yellow ruffles on both sides. It can be perfect apparel for a mysterious masquerade, you just need to look through your attic junk and find a matching pair of masks. The last arrival of the show has an aristocratic touch and reminds you of the 18th century English prosperous villages. Overall, the line is impressive and sensual in all respects!
Photos courtesy of Vogue