The Dries Van Noten Spring/Summer 2014 Collection featured an abundance of floral prints and gold-accented pieces. The line was made up of relaxed, yet structured, silhouettes – think slouchy trousers, belted vests, loose-fitting dresses and billowing blouses.
One of the floral-inspired looks was a silky kimono-inspired floral vest paired with retro, circular glasses and loose pants. Another standalone piece was the structured tribal-printed jackets.
As for the gold accents, there was a simple white dress adorned with ruched gold detailing on the sides from the hips downward, a gold lamé skirt with ruched detailing around the entire garment and an ornately patterned gold walking the runway. Overall the show pulsated with a vibe of sophisticated opulence and showcased looks with volumized structure.
Lavish Gold-Flecked Fashions
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Landscape-Inspired Luxe Looks
Multifarious Floral Fashion
Elegant Psychedelic Attire
Explosive Floral Fashions
Tribal-Infused Rugged Editorials