Monday, January 26, 2009

Out of control

The technique of spray graffiti and street fashion summer

Chloé (photos via

Christian Lacroix

Dolce & Gabbana

Dolce & Gabbana


In recent seasons, the gradient technique has dominated the finest collections gateway, advocating a gradual and no uniform distribution of color. Now, the preference for a game decompensated palette of color get a new turn of the screw in a trend that is based on the street art of graffiti. This summer, the cross mini dresses, tunics, caftans and smock tops come alive through irreverent graffiti, aggressive brushstrokes and splashes of color that seems to be totally out of control.

In a frantic search for more expressionism exacerbated every designer uses their own tricks and inspiration to their clothes to identify with the illegality of urban graffiti. Dolce & Gabbana, for example, opts for a mix of shapes and sizes at which their corsets and dressed in lavish period dyes mixed with intelligence romance of the Fifties with modern painters like Julian Schnnabel that base their work in abstract art.

Just Cavalli
Jackson Pollock (1912-1956)
However, spray is not the only element of the geniuses who use street art to illustrate the wall of our cities, often lined with hidden encrypted messages. Precisely enriches Marc Jacobs for Louis Vuitton bags with jokes, jokes and monogram jokes that are the product of an outstanding collaboration with the artist Richard Prince.
Louis Vuitton this season is full of jokes or Monogram Jokes

Nurse in Green Meadow de Richard Prince

The abstract floral Gucci skirts with a brush like a watercolor by Christian Lacroix, here are all the fashion claiming expressionism as a way of life.

Wild! Anna by Ruven Afanador (Deutch Elle)

Dress Descending a Staircase


Hand-printed silk organza dress, by special order at Dolce & Gabbana

Miu Miu
Zac Posen cyclone gown


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