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Mary McCartney: Moment of Affection


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Courtesy of Max Mara.
Moschino women's pre-fall 2017 & men's fall/winter 2017.
Courtesy of Moschino.
Berluti fall/winter 2017.
Courtesy of Berluti.
Jil Sander Navy fall/winter 2016
Courtesy of Lonchamp
Photo by Frederique Dumoulin
Jil Sander Navy spring/summer 2016
Courtesy of COS
Courtesy of Max Mara.

Jil Sander Navy Looks to Matisse Cutouts for Inspiration

By Eliza Jordan

September 25, 2015

For the spring/summer 2016 Jil Sander Navy collection, the German fashion line is sticking to its minimalistic approach, offering something a little more creative for the feminine aesthetic. Eclectic prints—that were created from the same art process as cutting out colored paper—payed homage to Henri Matisse, and abstract florals were seen on a minimal Hawaiian-styled motif.

There are multicolored jacquard prints, stripes inspired by Italian sun beds, enliven skirts, and pixellated references. But what stands out the most is the art of layering. Underskirts and overskirts in a variety of alternated proportions appear to be the new “it” outerwear combination. With pointed hems resembling a men’s waistcoat, the geometric shapes play on the masculine edge of femininity. Sportswear-like jackets make an appearance in parkas, and their light techno fabric detailing enhances the strong, yet comforting, image.

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Courtesy of Max Mara.

In this collection, the color palette takes reign in the most vivid of ways. Bold and immediate, there is a sharp blue, a striking red, and pixels of yellow, maroon, and baby pink. To top it all off, plexi bangles and earrings are complemented by playful handbags, heeled sandals, and lace-up wedge shoes.

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Art |August 16, 2022

Takashi Murakami Dives Into Cognitive Expansion and Excitement of Discovery in the Metaverse

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