Dries van Noten presented his fall/winter 2021 collection through FHCM’s digital platform, like many other brands. What distinguishes van Noten from all the others so far has been the conceptual and eclectic product presented.
Through the contemporary dance movements, the Belgian designer presented his garments, accentuating their plasticity and perfect adherence to the movements of models and dancers.
The constant of the van Noten’s universe that keeps us anchored despite the engaging dance on the notes of Massive Attack, is the unmistakable style of the designer; unmissable are his coats with floral and geometric prints, made through a vivid color palette, where red and bright blue stand out.
The coats are oversized, and shape new types of silhouettes, little outlined and marked in the forms, materially reflecting the emotional upheavals experienced during the pandemic.
The absolute protagonists are sequins and fake fur, always interpreted through colors full of energy. The former are on bright red and shocking pink, the latter on silver coats and mini dresses, on sandals and red clutch bags.
The digital presentation saw the exclusive participation of Italian supermodel Mariacarla Boscono and the creative direction and photography of Casper Sejersen, who immortalizes through his innovative lens the garments in eternal movement.