Fashionably Male

Belgian designer Dries Van Noten looked to the male dancer as muse for his spring/summer 2015 collection. Staging a runway show that looked like a dance rehearsal, Van Noten offered a glimpse at the softer side of his man. Loosely draped off a bare chest, the collection included fluid robes, tops with plunging necklines and altogether body conscious garments. Following the lines of the body as it is important for each dancer, lean fits came together with an elegant aptitude. Suits followed in the same relaxed manner, embracing a light airy quality. The finishing touch, the collection went in a different direction for prints, going for a more subtle refined approach.

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