Belgian designer Raf Simons introduces a super-book entitled the 'RAF SIMONS ARCHIVE BOOK.' It follows his journey from starting off as a furniture designer and transitioning to a menswear designer in 1995. It marks some of his most notable pieces that are selected by both fans and industry professionals. The book is broken up into two sections, highlighting the time period of 1996-2001 and 2001-2006.
Both eras are a great resource of design progression and visual aesthetics that capture the essence of his work. The publishers, 'IDEA Books' describe the books as "a best kept secret." Notably, the books are free of any text, with just numbers and visuals, exclusive to only 20 copies. The book is accompanied by some apparel options and a poster as well.