MSGM’s Pythagorean Theorems

February 1st, 2013

Every once in a while I like to check in and see the trunk shows on Moda Operandi, as they’re beautifully curated and a window into what will be hitting the store shelves. Today’s presentation from MSGM is fantastic.

Reminding us of Megan Geckler’s 8-bit art series, Christopher Kane’s random stripes and Marni’s use of translucent color blocking, the patterns and unexpected details are sophisticated and experimental.

The camouflage, plaids and florals remind us that the underlying basics are intact, though they’ve been manipulated to keep themes fresh. If I had an unlimited budget I’d scoop up the entire collection, as it’s a beautiful example of fashionable art.


CATEGORIES:  FashionWomens

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Welcome! I’m Shayna.
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