This season, Dries Van Noten celebrated love in all its forms. “I really think about young people who can’t go out, can’t meet other people, can’t touch, can’t make love”, he told Vogue.
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To the propulsive 1979 track from English band Suicide, ‘’Dream Baby Dream’’, Danish photographer Casper Sejersen turned his frosted lens on tender, intimate and lonely moments of a gaggle of boys and girls in a quaint Parisian mansion.
To transpose this atmosphere into his clothes, the Flemish designer drew on glam-rock as well as sportswear and the clubbing aesthetic of the 90s.
The result was dressy pants, baggy cargo pants, quilted or metallic boardshorts, glamorous and glittering tunics, smooth lurex shirts, faux fur outerwear, blazers with cigarette shoulders, Irish or oversized sweaters, all complemented by long, thin scarves worn as shawls or scarves and bucket hats made of mohair fluff.
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