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And Belgium took over Paris Fashion Week once again! #proudtobeabelgian

A.F. Vandevorst Fall Winter 2015-16

Ann Demeulemeester Fall Winter 2015-16

Anthony Vaccarello Fall Winter 2015-16

Christian Wijnants Fall Winter 2015-16

Dries Van Noten Fall Winter 2015-16

Haider Ackermann Fall Winter 2015-16

Veronique Branquinho Fall Winter 2015-16

Véronique Leroy Fall Winter 2015-16

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Anthony Vaccarello’s ‘American dream’, Dries Van Noten just being Dries Van Noten, Haider Ackermann’s perfect drapings, the ever mysterious Martin Margiela, Raf Simons’ Dior madness… Belgium took over Paris Fashion Week once again. I’ve always been a fan of Belgian fashion. It has that avant-garde touch I like a lot. The Antwerp Six were setting the trend in the Eighties, but now new Belgian designers got good critics, the future is looking brighter than ever. No, we’re not ‘les petits Belges’ anymore!

Ann Demeulemeester Spring Summer 2015

Anthony Vaccarello Spring Summer 2015

Christian Dior Spring Summer 2015

Dries Van Noten Spring Summer 2015

Maison Martin Margiela Spring Summer 2015

Veronique Branquinho Spring Summer 2015

Véronique Leroy Spring Summer 2015

Photos: Style.com

Anthony Vaccarello’s rising star, Dries Van Noten just being Dries Van Noten, Haider Ackermann’s perfection, the ever mysterious Martin Margiela, Raf Simons’ Dior era, the upcoming Véronique Leroy… Belgium took over Paris Fashion Week. You can say that I’m proud to be a Belgian. I’ve always been a fan of Belgian fashion. It’s different every season and has an avant-garde touch. The Antwerp Six were setting the trend in the Eighties, but now new Belgian designers got good critics and Dior is in safe Belgian hands, the future is looking brighter than ever. No, we’re not ‘les petits Belges’ anymore!

Anthony Vaccarello Fall Winter 2014-15

Dries Van Noten Fall Winter 2014-15

Christian Dior Fall Winter 2014-15

Christian Wijnants Fall Winter 2014-15

Haider Ackermann Fall Winter 2014-15

Maison Martin Margiela Fall Winter 2014-15

Veronique Branquinho Fall Winter 2014-15

Véronique Leroy Fall Winter 2014-15

Photos: Style.com

Another Paris Fashion Week, another Belgian success! From an amazing Anthony Vaccarello to a dazzling Dries Van Noten, Belgian designers were in top form yet again. Yes, I’m proud… proud to be a Belgian!

A.F. Vandevorst Spring Summer 2014

Ann Demeulemeester Spring Summer 2014

Anthony Vaccarello Spring Summer 2014

Christian Dior Spring Summer 2014

Dries Van Noten Spring Summer 2014

Haider Ackermann Spring Summer 2014

Maison Martin Margiela Spring Summer 2014

Véronique Leroy Spring Summer 2014

Photos: Style.com

Paris Fashion Week is all about French fashion, but since we Belgians don’t have our own Fashion Week, Belgium is omni-présent in Paris. Ann Demeulemeester’s black and white madness, Anthony Vaccarello’s rising star, Dries Van Noten just being Dries Van Noten, Haider Ackermann’s perfection, the ever mysterious Martin Margiela, Raf Simons’ Dior mania… . Yes, Belgian fashion – well-known for it’s avant-garde touch – is on a roll. Small country, great talent. And I’m proud… proud to be a Belgian!

Ann Demeulemeester Fall Winter 2013-14

Anthony Vaccarello Fall Winter 2013-14

Christian Dior Fall Winter 2013-14

Christian Wijnants Fall Winter 2013-14

Dries Van Noten Fall Winter 2013-14

Haider Ackermann Fall Winter 2013-14

Maison Martin Margiela Fall Winter 2013-14

Véronique Leroy Fall Winter 2013-14

Photos: Style.com

Ann Demeulemeester’s black and white madness, Anthony Vaccarello’s rising star, Dries Van Noten just being Dries Van Noten, Haider Ackermann’s perfection, the ever mysterious Martin Margiela, Raf Simons’ first Dior ready-to-wear collection, the upcoming Cédric Charlier and Véronique Leroy, Veronique Branquinho’s return… Belgium – a small nation, best known for waffles, chocolate and beer – took over Paris Fashion Week last month. Yes, I’m proud to be a Belgian! I’ve always been a fan of Belgian fashion. It’s different every season and has an avant-garde touch. The Antwerp Six were setting the trend in the Eighties, but now new Belgian designers got good critics and Dior is in safe Belgian hands, the future is looking brighter than ever. No, we’re not ‘les petits Belges’ anymore!

Ann Demeulemeester Spring Summer 2013

Anthony Vaccarello Spring Summer 2013

Cédric Charlier Spring Summer 2013

Christian Dior Spring Summer 2013

Dries Van Noten Spring Summer 2013

Haider Ackermann Spring Summer 2013

Maison Martin Margiela Spring Summer 2013

Véronique Leroy Spring Summer 2013

Photos: Style.com