The collaborations between artists and designers are in plenty, just like the arty influences often found with humour and in a way that is more and more pronounced in the feminine pieces... Interviews with Dean & Dan Caten and Alasdhair Willis. Art and fashion, a couple that works marvellously. The collaborations between artists and designers are in plenty, just like the arty influences often found with humour and in a way that is more and more pronounced in the feminine pieces.

 

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Art and fashion, a couple that works marvellously.

The collaborations between artists and designers are in plenty, just like the arty influences often found with humour and in a way that is more and more pronounced in the feminine pieces. And for summer 2015, abstract art makes a breakthrough with these lines and curves in a Sonia Delaunay style, especially at DSquared2.

The designers transform their shows into arty experiences. A way to also use colour and to work with materials. But also to remind the designers of their studies and influences.The clothes are coloured. Painted effects are numerous, and the graphic art makes a sensation. The stories of lines, vertical, horizontal, which overlap or cross over each other, don't stop to be repeated. The traces of black bring depth, to those more vibrant and noticeable colours. Because the essential idea is to inspire admiration all whilst transforming the clothes into veritable works of art.

Dean & Dan Caten: This collection is about shapes, forms, and colours. The idea of this collection started from the men's collection that was like an art theme, so this is like an art studio, so the girls come from the canvases to sculptures, and to mediums. And there are nods to some inspiring artists. Alasdhair Willis: My training is as an artist and a painter, so I always -- I think in those terms.

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