10 November 2011

DRIES VAN NOTEN

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wowowowowowowowowowowowowow. No words!!! High-resolution printed fabrics are definitely becoming a trend lately (I think we owe it all to Mary Katrantzou), but Dries Van Noten hit this one right on the head. The black and white prints serve as a perfect "neutral" among the rest of the brighter prints. Look at the yellows and blues! And that fern/palm tree dress! And the cuts! Oh, the cuts are so perfect. What I find the most interesting is that the individual prints seem to represent both exotic and urban places, but together it all blends so nicely. Not such a fan of the heavier lace up heels, but the thin strappy ones are perf.

All photos via style.com

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