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The Elementarism and Neoplasticism (De Stijl) of Theo van Doesburg, the Suprematism of Kazimir Malevich, the Bauhaus’ style inspired textiles of Anni Albers…the Art of the first half of the 20th Century is seductive and full of power. It is amazing to see how a group of lines and geometric figures can be so fascinating and meaningful, strong enough to create an artistic movement that has changed history by stimulating designers to create the life we ​​are living today.

This kind of Art is still an inspiration for fashion designers: Art gives the input to Fashion to create patterns, prints and shapes that are unique and attractive. The winning combination for the next season.

Inspiration is right here: just open your eyes and have a look around you.

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Chanel SS13

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Chanel SS13

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Chanel SS13

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Anni Albers – textile designs

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Anni Albers – textile designs

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Fendi SS13

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Fendi SS13

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Fendi SS13

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Fendi SS13

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Anni Albers – textile designs

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Kazimir Malevich – abstract painting, 1916

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Theo van Doesburg – Composition XXII

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Theo van Doesburg – Counter-Composition XIII

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Unique SS13

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Unique SS13

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Unique SS13

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Mondrian – Foxtrot A

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Theo van Doesburg – Composition XXIV

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Anni Albers – Second Movement II

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Marni SS13

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Marni SS13

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Chanel SS13

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Anni Albers – textile designs, 1927

Theo van Doesburg

Theo van Doesburg

Anni Albers

Anni Albers – textile designs, 1927

By Anna D.

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