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Walter Van Beirendonck

Texworld and Première Vision Had Visitors Touching Fabric at Last

The marquee fabric fairs in Paris returned to a physical format, and designers cheered.

Walter Van Beirendonck Men’s Spring 2022

Bold and full of neon, the collection has the manic energy of gabber techno.

Louis Vuitton Men’s Fall 2021

Virgil Abloh staged a performance that explored themes of racial identity and cultural appropriation.

Walter Van Beirendonck Keeps Pushing Men’s Wear’s Boundaries

The Belgian fashion maverick is marking 25 years of fashion shows in the French capital.

Dirk Van Saene Has Turned His Hand to Painting, Sculpture

The designer is one of the original Antwerp Six that electrified fashion in the '80s and '90s.

Walter Van Beirendonck Men’s Spring 2021

The designer presented his collection in miniature on dolls.

Beyond the Runway: Facial Ornamentation at Men’s Fall 2020 Shows

From Dior Men to Walter Van Beirendonck and Sean Suen, it was beauty with a twist.

Walter Van Beirendonck Men’s Fall 2020

This season, the designer's silhouettes ranged from spiky to puffy.

Is Antwerp Still Relevant in Today’s Fashion Landscape?

Despite challenges, a new wave of Belgian brands has been gaining momentum while established names adapt to a…

Chris Habana and Cam4 Launch Immersive and Subversive Pop-Up Shop

The multimedia pop-up shop is a cybersex fantasyland filled with jewelry, accessories and apparel for…

Walter Van Beirendonck Men’s Spring 2020

The designer wanted to experiment with shape, so he fashioned clothes for toy figurines.

Walter Van Beirendonck Men’s Fall 2019

The Belgian designer titled the lineup Wow, "The Meltdown Collection," channeling today's ethos.

Dover Street Market Spotlights Walter van Beirendonck Alumnus Joost Jansen

Jansen, who is poking fun at the industry and championing traditional knitwear techniques with his new label…

Hair and Makeup Take a Wild Turn at Paris Men’s Shows

From Alexander McQueen to Undercover and Walter Van Beirendonck, beauty looks were not tame.

Walter Van Beirendonck Men’s Spring 2019

The Belgian designer called the collection Wild Is the Wind.