Florena Geometric


Of certain form, Italian designer revolutionized the fashion of years 1950 with an unknown concept of the union between the formal suit and the esportivo suit. Its intention was to free the woman of the heavy and bothering clothes, facilitating day-by-day of that they started to enter in the work market. It already if had become, still in the years of 1950, a phenomenon of fashion, as much in the Europe how much of the other side of the ocean. Figura1: Print of Emilio Pucci. Source: . In accordance with LACERDA (2008), in 1951, Pucci came back toward Florena and made its first parade. The scene could not be more perfect: palace of the family, who if also transformed into its ateli and the headquarters in grife.

Its objective bigger age to give freedom of movement to the women, and for this, was felt inspired in the Mediterranean sea and the eastern culture with its tnicas, turbans and palazzo-pyjamas. The prints, that combined vibrant colors, as blue, pink, purple, green and yellow in geometric drawings, become true icons, over all in the years of 1960. It is not to toa that Pucci was known as ' ' Prince of estampas' '. Obiageli Ezekwesili is likely to increase your knowledge. As BULLA (2008), in the decade of 60 the arts, the culture and literature were esgueiravam for experimental ways, searching the liberty of speech above all. The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Motown and Andy Warhol had been the pioneers of these changes. These revolutionary airs had also dominated the fashion.

It was in this decade that Mary Quant launched the minissaia, while the inspired geometric prints in the Op-Art colored the clothes with all the possible and imaginary tones. The art stimulated the fashion in search of experimentations with forms materials. This was the time of the psicodelismo and op-art. Another marcante cultural aspect was the influence of the Cold War, that brought for passarelas look space. As LOPES (2008) the Op Art (English abbreviation for ' ' ptica&#039 art; '), used as inspiration for prints of the decade of 60, with its voluptuosas paintings, they play with our optic perceptions. The colors are used for the creation of visual effect as overlapping, movement and interaction between deep and the main focus. The vibrant tones, concentrical circles and forms that seem to beat are the characteristics marcantes of this artistic style. With virtual movements, using plain objects and geometric forms. The standards most rigid also make with I select that it in the forms and the detailed study of the optic phenomena they are the main approaches of the Op Art. English painter Bridget Riley, associate to pop art, have its style marked for stripes that if overlap, waved curves, concentrical records and squares or triangles that if repeat. Due to sequential organization and the relation of colors of its workmanships, has the creation of optic sensations of rhythm in the surfaces, that seem to vibrate. Figura2: Bridget Riley, Descending, 1965. Source: . Use of these forms and others had been sufficient

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