Ann Demeulemeester Men's RTW Spring 2016

Ann Demeulemeester Men’s RTW Spring 2016

Having kept a low profile in his first year as creative director of Ann Demeulemeester, Sébastien Meunier finally showed his true colors in his third men’s collection for the brand.

Amm Demeulemeester RTW Fall 2015

Ann Demeulemeester RTW Fall 2015

This was a sultry collection from Sébastien Meunier, hinged on voluptuous shapes and artful dishabille.

Ann Demeulemeester Men's RTW Fall 2015

Ann Demeulemeester Men’s RTW Fall 2015

Sébastien Meunier did not stray far from house codes with his second men’s outing since being officially named creative director of Ann Demeulemeester.

Ann Demeulemeester RTW Spring 2015

Ann Demeulemeester RTW Spring 2015

An emphasis on sheer, open cuts and airy layers suggested a deliberately lighter take on the house’s wistful melancholy.

Ann Demeulemeester Men's RTW Spring 2015

Ann Demeulemeester Men’s RTW Spring 2015

Creative director Sébastien Meunier stuck to the codes of the brand with a light-hearted collection that played out in a monochrome and nude palette.

Ann Demeulemeester RTW Fall 2014

Ann Demeulemeester RTW Fall 2014

The designers honed in on Demeulemeester’s rock ’n’ roll vibe with a nearly all-black lineup that riffed on some of the founder’s best silhouettes.

Ann Demeulemeester RTW Spring 2014

Ann Demeulemeester RTW Spring 2014

Dark poetry and Patti Smith’s rocker flair are clear comfort zones for the designer. This season she revisited them beautifully through an art nouveau lens.

Ann Demeulemeester Men's RTW Spring 2014

Ann Demeulemeester Men’s RTW Spring 2014

The 19th century — and its high-collared shirts and cutaway coats — informed the Belgian designer’s spring collection.

Ann Demeulemeester RTW Fall 2013

Ann Demeulemeester RTW Fall 2013

A dark, brooding mood is always present in the designer’s work, and for fall she captured the spirit again.

Ann Demeulemeester Men's RTW Fall 2013

Ann Demeulemeester Men’s RTW Fall 2013

The designer’s familiar romantic cavaliers wore slim coats with pleated vents at the back, and signature Demeulemeester layers.