-Limited edition box with a full overview of all Dries Van Noten's collections and more than 2000 photos -An exclusive look into Dries Van Noten's 30-year career -With new texts by Dries Van Noten and internationally renowned fashion journalists Tim Blanks and Susannah Frankel "Dries Van Noten is one of the world's most successful independent designers. An original member of the Antwerp Six, the group of Belgians who transformed the city into a locus of avant-garde fashion in the mid-1980s." - Vanessa Friedman, The New York Times "Fashion shows are really my way of communication" - Dries Van Noten, Fashion Talks, French Institute Alliance Francaise 100 collections from the Belgian master fashion designer Dries Van Noten, gloriously compiled in two books, brought together in a unique box. With his eclectic designs that flawlessly combine different styles, his eye for detail, his typical colors, prints and shapes, this fashion designer stands out internationally. This box not only contains the updated version of the collector's item Dries Van Noten 0-50, but also the long-awaited successor Dries Van Noten 51-100. Discover the world of Dries Van Noten in all its dimensions. Published on the occasion of the 100th Dries Van Noten fashion defile. Facebook @driesvannoten Twitter @DriesVanNoten Instagram @driesvannoten www.driesvannoten.com
Dries Van Noten started his own label in 1986. It was an instant success, as he could immediately count Barneys NY, Pauw in Amsterdam and Whistles in London among his clients. Later that year, he opened his first shop in Antwerp: the internationally renowned Modepaleis. He has also opened shops in Paris, Tokyo and Osaka and is the recipient of multiples awards. In September 2015, Tim Blanks was named editor-at-large for Business of Fashion, a leading global resource for fashion. He held the same position for 10 years at Style.com, Conde Nast's digital entity, and he hosted Fashion File for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation for 16 years. Susannah Frankel became editor-in-chief of Another Magazine, after having worked as a fashion editor for The Independent and The Guardian.