Vogue Hommes pay a visit to Antwerp under the guidance of Dries Van Noten, the Belgian designer playing tour guide in his hometown. Taking a break from pre-collection preparation, he admits "to live, or survive rather, in Paris is intense. I'm happy to be returning to Antwerp." A small city with a big reputation, while Brussels stands as official capital, Antwerp leads the way in terms of creativity thanks in large part to the scene which developed around the prestigious Royal Academy of Fine Arts and alumni including Ann Demeulemeester, Dirk Bikkembergs and Van Noten himself. Here we're taken from the ornate Central Railway Station, to our host's flagship Het Modepaleis store, followed by a walk through the Berchem district with a stop off at Axel Vervoordt gallery. Catch the rest of DVN's recommendations over at Vogue Hommes.

Potrait Image: Stephan Van Fleteren

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