The Roland Mouret Spring 2014 collection looks to visual art for its inspiration. The womenswear range is inspired by artist Daniel Buren's abstract works that are exhibited at the Paris' Palais Royal. Displaying an abundance of color, the Roland Mouret Spring 2014 collection marries vibrant crop tops with fitted pencil skirts and over-sized statement accessories.
In addition to solid colors, the collection features geometric prints that remind one of Emilio Pucci's iconic fashions from the 60s. Its printed pieces are matched with over-sized clutch purse accessories that are showcased in a matching, abstract art print. Overall, the vibe of this collection is sophisticated and dynamic, much like the consistent aesthetic of the Roland Mouret brand vision.
This Roland Mouret Spring Collection Features Midrif-Revealing Styles
1. Abstract Art-inspired Fashion - Opportunity for fashion brands to incorporate abstract art elements into their designs and collections.
2. Crop Top Reemergence - Disruptive potential for clothing brands to embrace the return of midrif-revealing styles and offer innovative crop top designs.
3. Geometric Print Resurgence - Opportunity for fashion brands to tap into the renewed popularity of geometric prints and create visually striking garments.
1. Fashion and Apparel - Potential for fashion designers and clothing brands to capitalize on the trends showcased in the Roland Mouret Spring 2014 collection.
2. Art and Design - Opportunity for artists and designers to collaborate and inspire fashion collections by merging visual art concepts with clothing aesthetics.
3. Accessories - Disruptive potential for accessories brands to create innovative statement pieces that complement abstract art-inspired fashion trends.