PARIS — Born into a family of tailors, Dries Van Noten has been designing men’s and women’s wear under his own label since the mid-Eighties. WWD caught up with the Belgian designer on the eve of his spring 2010 show tonight to discuss the collection and get his views on creating apparel for men.
WWD: What is the mood of the spring collection? Dries Van Noten: We are working on something which is very elegant and sartorial…and mixed to a kind of ethnic chic.
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