Taking decisive cues from the vibrant and mixed aesthetic of a 20th-century movement, Calvin Klein's 205W39NYC Pre-Fall 2018 collection highlights silhouettes that are categorized as pop art-inspired fashion.
Thanks to Raf Simons' vision and interdisciplinary thinking, the latest Calvin Klein offering is characterized by an abundant display of pattering, texture and color. The Pre-Fall 2018 is shot and launched in collaboration with the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, further validating the status of the pop art-inspired fashion ensembles.
205W39NYC boasts masterful examples of mixed material use — from plaid skirts with flower-patterned boots to felt jackets and delicate silk slip-on dresses. This is a definite display of the designer's fascination with exaggerated silhouettes.
Calving Klein's Pre-fall Line is Informed by an Art Movment
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