Luxe label Dries Van Noten's clothing pop-up at Opening Ceremony Los Angeles boasts psychedelic undertones. The activation is celebrating the high fashion label's recently debuted Spring/Summer 2019 collection.
The temporary display is adorned with the mesmerizing artwork by Danish artist Verner Panton who draws inspiration from the key movements of the late 60s and early 70s. The interior boasts the creative's striking designs through large-scale photographs of his "iconic interior spaces." The motifs also translate into the aesthetics of Dries Van Noten's ready-to-wear garments. This is a particularly noteworthy collection as it marks "the first time a brand has been permitted to use Panton's designs on clothing."
The Dries Van Noten x Opening Ceremony Spring/Summer 2019 clothing pop-up will have its door open throughout April.
Photo Credits: Black Frame/ Dries Van Noten/ Opening Ceremony
Dries Van Noten Celebrates Its SS19 with Verner Panton's Art
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