The Architectural Digest magazine interviewed a few fashion designers from houses including Rosie Assoulin, Chloe, and Maison Kitsuné to discover the high-fashion models which explore the architectural lines to their work.
Today Decor and Style gives you the article 8 Incredible Looks – Fashion meets Architecture.
The dichotomy of hard and soft found at Chloé evolved from creative director Clare Waight Keller’s fascination with Islamic architecture, an aesthetic of interweaving seemingly infinite patterns that is most common in the Middle East. The influence can be seen in lacework and repeating motifs. “In my Summer 2016 collection, I created a series of pieces made up of elements of exaggerated details from Arabesque architecture,” she says, “working the proportions on a larger scale and piecing them together to create edges and straps and to frame dresses and tops.”