In addition to the timeless pieces of the ‘Collection Noir’, the second part of this collection focuses on the dialogue between the flemish primitive paintings by Jan Van Eyck with the refined work by Madame Grès.
Extra large volumes and brutal drapes in contrast with technical exercises in refined jersey. Deconstruction of this dialogue into casual and modern silhouettes.
The typical indigo color of the flemish primitive paintings, emphasises the entry of the color blue for the exclusive fabric designs. A series of incoherent scribbles, inspired by the japanese Wabi principle of imperfection, are orchestrated into structured patterns.
Model: Kim Peers – Hakim Model Management
Photo: DOMEN & VAN DE VELDE
Photo Assistants: Annelien Geenen , Marvis Chan & Linde Stevens
Make up: Liselotte Van Saarloos with MAC cosmetics and TUSH Brushes
Hair: Joeri Rouffa with WELLA PROFESSIONALS and BALMAIN HAIR COUTURE
Styling: Jody Van Geert