Saturday, March 14, 2009


The new prints transcend: the walls of the seventies to fashion today.

Miu Miu, Custo Barcelona

Dolce & Gabbana






Prints inspired exultantes wonderful and the seventies and the brilliant work of Ken Scott: a plethora of shapes and kaleidoscopic once illustrated the walls of the most pioneering and apartments are now turned into fashion items. The paper printed summer fashion city on the abstract and incorporating a "tetris" circle, square and mini dresses in psychedelic forms, shorts and jackets extracortos. However, the options are numerous and some catwalk designers have opted for other reasons.
For example, Miu Miu and Givenchy prefer ethnic-inspired prints and African respectively, while Custo Barcelona remains faithful to its particular key patchwork. Frida Giannini has used the folk aesthetic recreated some designs and ornaments that came in the Tyrol, very present in the spring-summer collection for Gucci. The most daring comes from Chloe. The French house searches for ways of drawing without resorting to the printing itself. The art of applying to their rings and buttons babydoll dresses, new spinning and reliefs.
How to bring the seasonal patterns? Do not cut. Combines prints. If you decide to succumb to excess, it is better to bring to its logical end.
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