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Dries Van Noten Showed Sweat Pants So Subtle, You Wouldn't Even Notice
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by Mimi Droeshout 2-minute read February 29, 2024

Dries Van Noten does it again, for his Fall/Winter 2024 collection.

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Crafted for the woman who pens her own manifesto, Dries Van Noten's Fall/Winter 2024 collection blends a minimalist canvas of tans, greys, and blacks with splashes of vibrant hues, setting the stage for a narrative of strength and understated nuance. The show began with an inflated camel coat adorned with wrapped collar details, paving the way for an array of half-worn hoodies, asymmetrical denim skirts, and bulbous sweatshirts, each with a character uniquely its own.

The Dries girl dares to defy, comfortably navigating the space between subtlety and audacity. She dares to cut her own fringe, she embraces the comfort of contradictions, and her femininity is at once tender and strong. She exudes an ineffable mystique – discreet yet bold – effortlessly wearing sweatpants in a way that commands a second glance. Van Noten masterfully brings together color, prints, and materials in a styling feat uniquely his own, integrating sweatpants into runway looks with such subtlety that they go unnoticed. This collection is a testament to Van Noten's unparalleled ability to craft looks that blur the lines between everyday poise and the sophistication of wearing a head-to-toe runway look, and it all comes down to the genius styling. 

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