Back in January, Dries Van Noten highlighted floral messaging and print mixing at his Paris Fashion Week runway show. The bold Fall/Winter 2020 collection was packed with floral button-ups, animal print blouses and leather jackets, showcasing the brand’s close attention to retro detailing and bohemian aesthetics. The Antwerp designer has continued to lean into free-spirited designs with a printed jacket in warm orange, yellow and green hues.
Made in Tunisia, the elegant jacket sports an intricate floral design, continuing to follow the theme of Dries Van Noten’s past flower power-imbued shows. A print of large flowers and fronds take over the fitted jacket, covering the front two pockets in a harmonious design. The plant life is depicted in a painterly manner, further showcasing the designer’s love for collecting and curating art.
Retailing for $705 USD, the printed jacket is available now from select retailers, including 24S’ website.
For more bold prints, Jacquemus has dropped a lavish line of Spring/Summer 2020 goods.