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As much as we wish he would, Dries Van Noten isn't planning on creating any high street diffusion lines in the near future. But it isn't because he thinks he's above the H&Ms of the world—quite the opposite, in fact. When asked by The Moment whether he's often approached for fast fashion collaborations, he responds "Not so often, but there are enough inspired garments in those stores to last for a long time. They can survive without me." Humility at its finest. [The Moment]