Dries Van Noten‘s Spring/Summer 2019 collection screams 1970s minus the tacky parts. Shock yellow, Day-Glo orange, and electric blue hues were embellished on modern-cropped garments with a romantic mystique that we’ve come to familiarize with the Belgian designer. Balancing out the bright-colored fits were monochrome tones swathed on lightweight trench coats, wide-cut blousons, and relaxed suiting. Other standout pieces include translucent raincoats, leather backpacks with abstract motifs, and color-blocked sandals. As a whole, a plethora of the 56 looks unveiled at his Paris Fashion Week show pays homage to the late Danish designer and architect, Verner Panton, who was known for his experimental takes on furniture such as undulated plastic chairs, globe pendant light fixtures and his modular Barboy trolley.
Peep the photos above and let us know your favorite styles. In related stories, Boris Bidjan Saberi recently unveiled his SS19 collection filled with seam taped garments.