Dries Van Noten at Wrong Weather
Season: Fall Winter 2012.13
When it comes to Dries Van Noten‘s collection you can always expect more than just a lookout for a new trend, and the latest from the designer feels right at home in Wrong Weather’s revamped web store. It is easy to expect Van Noten to go into every season with a scholarly approach. However for this season’s men’s outing he studies lords of pen such as Frank Zappa and Oscar Wilde whose words come behind the endearingly unique prints. To that add up a touch of art-history and you get elegant prints fit for an impressionist version of Brueghel, at the same time reminiscent of master’s beautifully aged colours. Dries has successfully taken this colour palette shifting it onto the skillfully crafted knit pieces, where Wrong Weather found the likes of the must-have milette grey scarf, neck pink jumper and mirre cardigan.
Moreover, according to the time of the year, the always needed tones of gray, dark blue and black, paint some of the classic pieces. Discover more of the collection available at WW store after the jump: