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Ted Noten - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

11/29/2014
07:17 | Author: Kayla Henderson

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Ted Noten - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Amsterdam-based Ted Noten (18 December 1956) is a Dutch jewellery.. Therefore Noten used a funfair machine he called Mr Claw to offer visitors the.

During the Tokyo Design Week of September 2010 Noten participated in the exhibition Catalysis for Life - New Language of Dutch Art & Design at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo (MOT) in Japan. He arranged 500 of his Miss Piggy rings in the shape of his gun icon on a wall to offer the visitors an interactive art installation he called Wanna Swap Your Ring ?. Many visitors then used the opportunity to swap their own ring for a Noten ring, leaving a genuine jungle of rings behind. Noten commented he did not know what to do with these visitors' rings yet but that he would surely find a purpose for them.

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When I used to be a kid - Ted Noten - portfolio

11/29/2014
05:26 | Author: Emma Coleman

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When I used to be a kid - Ted Noten - portfolio

Innocence · Citymuze and her jewellery · Lady-K-Bag · After 21 cups of coffee-necklace · Everyday-ring. When I used to be a kid MEPHISTO, self portrait ring.

Trolley with wooden gun, acrylic, ready mades Artist's collection.

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Dries Van Noten Spring 2015 Menswear Fashion Show Runway

11/29/2014
03:11 | Author: Brandon Powell

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Dries Van Noten Spring 2015 Menswear Fashion Show Runway

Illustrator Richard Haines contributed a line drawing of a naked male dancer that was used throughout, and there was an embroidered jacket.

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In Milan, Tomas Maier name-checked Nureyev and Baryshnikov. Earlier today, Rick Owens cited Nijinsky. Then, tonight, it turned out the Gothic letter R inserted in Dries Van Noten's invitation stood for Rudolf. Nureyev again. Three times makes a trend—and makes sense. In a season where workout-wear has been elevated to the heights of male fashion, ballet adds some aesthetic to the athletic.

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Dries Van Noten Fall 2014 Review Vogue

11/29/2014
01:28 | Author: Emma Coleman

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Dries Van Noten Fall 2014 Review Vogue

Unexpected elegance,” said Dries Van Noten backstage at his show, Op Artist from the '60s and used those kinetic drawings as a starting.

Some of the silhouettes had a vaguely Bloomsbury-heroine flavor to them, with awkwardly proportioned, loose-fitting dresses that seemed as though the wearer had tried on a 1930s frock made for a more amply figured woman. The embellished sweaters, or deconstructed sweatshirts, meanwhile, were paired with those curvaceously seamed skirts cut to the mid-calf and worn with T-bar strap sandals in silver kid leather. And there was a contemporary fillip with nylon bomber jackets and multizippered army fatigue pants—the unforced layerings and mixes reflecting the way the cool modern woman dresses today.

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“Unexpected elegance,” said Dries Van Noten backstage at his show, which was a study in controlled, wearer-friendly chic that played with the idea of mixing naturalistic forms with man-made geometry.

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