Geometry Lesson

I hate to admit but I still have not seen the movie “The artist”, the big winner at the Oscars. The Silent film in black and white, Perfectly describes what happens in the 20s and accurately illustrates the spirit of the times. Hollywood Glam characterized sparkling loose clothing style, influenced by Art Deco, which is based on a straight silhouette  and geometric shapes . (I can not wait … I have to see the movie).

The Geometric Prints are actually one of the major trends in spring-summer collection and are influenced by the 20s and 60s toghter. In the 60s it was the designer Yves Saint Laurent who brought back the geometric spattern and combined it with bold colors (Color Block). He drew inspiration that characterized the modern art from the painter Piet Mondrian. I love the influence of art on fashion, especially when it combined with Contemporary elements as geometric shape with neons that are so popular this season

This is the geometric-print  blouse in black and white, which I bought at BCBG. I combined it with a grean jeans, from the last season in Topshop.The green hue is more close to Bottle green than to bright green. I still feel it’s too early to wear neon colors especially Due to the fact that lately the temperatures dropped below zero again, despite the the sunny day. On second thought, The Purim( costume jewish holiday) Celebrations definitely need to increase the level of my boldness

 
 
 
 Shirt: BCBG, jeans: Topshop, Shoes: Aldo, Bracelets: French Connection