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meadham kirschoff - spring 2015 menswear - london - via style.com

meadham kirschoff - spring 2015 menswear - london - via style.com

FASHION VIGNETTE: TRENDS // VOGUE - TOP KEY TRENDS . RESORT 2017

FASHION VIGNETTE: TRENDS // VOGUE - TOP KEY TRENDS . RESORT 2017

Geo-Graphic_S:S17_Menswear_Catwalk_Print_Trends

Geo-Graphic_S:S17_Menswear_Catwalk_Print_Trends

GEO-GRAPHIC » Wooyoungmi / Bottega Veneta / Comme de Garçons Shirt / Emporio Armani / Optical Groove 3 by Michele Tozzi / Kazan Geo by Michael Pfuetze / Bally

GEO-GRAPHIC » Wooyoungmi / Bottega Veneta / Comme de Garçons Shirt / Emporio Armani / Optical Groove 3 by Michele Tozzi / Kazan Geo by Michael Pfuetze / Bally

60's stripes...every kind & size diagonally, vertically & horizontally...in black/white/navy/red on white

60's stripes...every kind & size diagonally, vertically & horizontally...in black/white/navy/red on white

op art fashion: also known as optical art, is a style of visual art that makes use of optical illusions. www.sebraskinn.no

op art fashion: also known as optical art, is a style of visual art that makes use of optical illusions. www.sebraskinn.no

Opening Ceremony Fall 2016 Ready-to-Wear Fashion Show - Dylan Xue

Opening Ceremony Fall 2016 Ready-to-Wear Fashion Show - Dylan Xue

Gucci Pre-Fall 2016 Collection Photos - Vogue

Gucci Pre-Fall 2016 Collection Photos - Vogue

made in the sixties

made in the sixties

Following the revival of the 70s this summer, we are beginning to see influence from the 1960s in silhouettes and patterns. Prints from the 1960s were bold and geometric, and with the Op Art Movements, designers worked to create various optical illusions translated into clothing. The silhouettes were short and structured, leaving the eye to linger on the intricate prints. - Demi J.

Following the revival of the 70s this summer, we are beginning to see influence from the 1960s in silhouettes and patterns. Prints from the 1960s were bold and geometric, and with the Op Art Movements, designers worked to create various optical illusions translated into clothing. The silhouettes were short and structured, leaving the eye to linger on the intricate prints. - Demi J.