This season, fashion is inventive, creative, infinitely gay. It oscillates and vacillates between soft tones, delicately placed there, and frank, vivid and bright colors. Two exhibitions echo this. And when fashion and art talk, we are loving it.
Look up at the imposing Grand Palais and observe the transparent solids that dress, it's almost as if we were given the opportunity to sneak us in the dress of a courtesan hoops a another century. The color is contained in the patchwork of geometric surfaces that draw the metal structures of the book. The Monumenta exhibition by Daniel Buren certainly has a huge but light and frivolous work, like a breath of spring.
In London, it is at the Victoria and Albert Museum it will get to discover a enjoyable exhibition that traces the history of English design since 1948. Here, polka dots, stripes, printed psyches and other pop culture references are everywhere. Art, design, fashion, music, everything here is nested. One thinks of the mix of mismatched prints that work hard this season, we think the capsule Marni for H & M collection patterns and sixties ...
These gateways there are nice and like to think that our clothes earn an extra spirit.