Dries Van Noten's Relaxed Luxury Is Spotlighted in New Editorial

From tailoring to patterned knitwear.

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Copenhagen’s Norse Store has released a new editorial focusing on Dries Van Noten, with Spring/Summer 2018 being the first season that the store has stocked the Belgian designer’s name sake label. The editorial – shot in Vega, Copenhagen — showcases a selection of key pieces from the brand, including a range of shirts, knitwear and luggage.

Some of the stand-outs from the editorial include relaxed tailoring in the form of the Vetch blazer and Philip trousers, as well as knitwear pieces such as the colorful Javelin knit sweater and the jacquard-patterned Jacamar cardigan. Elsewhere, the editorial features shirts, T-shirts and this season’s take on the Weekender bag, with Norse Store explaining that the selection “all boils down to the idea that Dries makes great clothes.”

Take a look at the full editorial above, with all of the pieces available in-store from Norse’s Copenhagen location. For more from Dries Van Noten, take a look at the brand’s Fall/Winter 2018 collection that was shown at Paris Fashion Week.

Norse Store
Pilestræde 41 st.
1112 Copenhagen K
Denmark

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