Designers Henrietta Rix and Orlagh McCloskey reworked the French fashion house’s vintage patterns in an energetic see-now-buy-now capsule collection.
After sitting out the couture for four years, the exacting designer is showing only 15 looks at her salon-style show.
The luxury collection is available at Bandier stores and web site.
Inspired by the Queen of the Night from Mozart’s “The Enchanted Flute” opera, the tiara is topped with a constellation of star-shaped crystals.
A spokesman for Van Noten confirmed the Belgian designer and the famed couturier designed the collection together.
A rash of collaborations with young labels will cue up an advanced contemporary collection for 2021.
The premium streetwear brand is looking for more collaboration opportunity like this, as it eyes global expansion.
The coed fashion spectacle is to help Italian retailer LuisaViaRoma mark its 90th anniversary.
Frenchman Guillaume Henry, who has helmed Nina Ricci and Carven, is to create ready-to-wear and accessories.