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Reconstructing Mondrian Geometry -- The Pattern Trend for Womenswear
Mondrian is a Dutch painter. He takes geometric figures as the basic elements of his painting, and adopts three-primary colors to simplify the form into the pure abstract composition of horizontal and vertical lines. With his deep internal observation and insight, Mondrian creates the beauty of equilibrium in the universal phenomena. The dress of Yves Saint Laurent is inspired by Composition in Red, Blue and Yellow by Mondrian, which is the first time to combine fashion design and art. This leads to a trend of collaboration design between fashion and art. Yves saint Laurent also launches his own A/W 1966 collection, showing 10 Mondrian-inspired dresses that would surely make their way into fashion history and have a special name: Mondrian dress.
Woodcut · Dior -- The Pattern Trend for Womenswear
The unique taste of engraving and wood endows woodcut with independent artistic value and status in Chinese and foreign art history. Woodcut has visual plane aesthetics and pure beauty. It also has the intermittent process of artistic expression, the sum of artistic results, the aesthetics of print art. For professionals, the woodcut has a unique feeling and vibe compared with other painting types. With the help of modern technique and theme, woodcut adds an elegant feel to fashion brands.