Walter Van Beirendonck is a designer whose work speaks for itself, so it's no problem that we can't understand the Flemish text in his new book. His collections are always an amazing and often tongue-in-cheek refutation of good taste, a seasonal reminder that menswear can move beyond peacoats and navy blazers. It's his sense of humor that makes us love him so, and that funny bone is definitely front-and-center here. There's cartoonish quilts on one page, men wearing Mary Janes and sheer masks on another, and good vibes enhancing bright color everywhere. Pictures from the book after the jump.