Mar 5, 2008

Blank Canvas - Part II

There's another edge to art-inspired fashion: abstract prints in a restrained color palette. Interesting geometric graphics give these pieces a powerful message without the uncontrolled color mix. Some are directly inspired in world-known artists such as Mondrian and Escher, printed with segments or re-interpretations of their work. Others become the canvas of the designer's own creations such as those by Richard Sorger.

Be it structured or free-form, art can be depicted by fashion design with seamless strokes.



A.-Blue Abstract Print Shift Top by Principles; B.-Porcupine Print Mini Dress by Giles; C.-Mondrian Effect Round Neck Dress by Diane von Furstenberg; D.-Long Jersey Dress by McQ Alexander McQueen; E.-Abstract Print Mini Skirt by Pringle 1815; F.-Paint Stroke Top by Moschino; G.-Jersey Escher Print Dress by Matthew Williamson; H.-Abstract Print Dress by Marni; I.-Paint Splashed Cuff by Chloé; J.-On-Off Boutique T-Shirt by Richard Sorger; K.-Super Sk8-Hi in Paint Drip Slip Sneakers by Vans; L.-Abstract Floral Print Dress by Marc Jacobs.

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