Bleach denim shirt
Oversized cocoon shirt, in bleach dipped denim.
Bleach dipped and bleach details.
Reference to the Spring/ Summer 2011 women's collection.
Oversized fit. Dropped shoulder. Chest patch pockets.
COMPLIMENTARY DELIVERY and RETURNS
- Complimentary shipping for orders above 100 €/$/£.
Delivery within 1 to 3 days.
Free return within 15 days.
Free return within 15 days on sale items.
size and fit
- Model is 178 cm / 70 inches and wears size M.
- We accept major payment methods (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Dinner), PayPal, Apple Pay, as well as a range of regional options (Ideal, Bancontact, etc.)
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All the Dries Van Noten garments are crafted with care. To preserve them in the best way possible, please always consult the care label on the garment. Furthermore you can follow the below recommendations:
Wash short and cold. Select a gentle washing program at 30 degrees.
Air dry your garments when possible.
Store garments made of natural fibres, such as linen, cotton, in a dry place.
To preserve the colours of our printed garments, wash them gently. Most importantly, they shouldn’t be left in the washing machine once the cycle has finished. Immediately take the piece out and let it dry on a hanger to avoid that the colours start bleeding.
Knitwear is best stored folded, so its original shape is maintained
Please consider the impact dry cleaning has on the environment. Try to consult a green dry cleaner in your area and only use its services when necessary. CO2 and Wet Cleaning are preferred over conventional methods as it avoids the use of harsh chemicals.
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THE DENIM CAPSULE COLLECTION
The striking aesthetic of the collection is achieved through an intricate process of bleach dipping. The result is a bold ombre effect; signature indigo and cerulean blues contrasted with the stripped-out minimalism of bleached white.
Bleach dipping on denim first made its debut at Dries Van Noten in the Spring Summer 2011 Womenswear show, as a medium to explore the way in which Belgian painter Jef Verheyen’s work played with light. The process, where saturated shades transform abruptly into contrasting tones on the same fabric, was inspired by the late artist’s abstract gradations of colour.
The denim capsule range expands the original design from 2011 into a series of dynamic, casual pieces for today and is showcased in the women's and men's collection.