When Fashion Speaks Interior Design (Part 3 of 3)
Mixing Patterns -Adding interest, color and depth
Mixing patterns is always the most fun to do. As much as some patterns seem like they might not go together, once they are, it makes so much sense! Nothing like adding some interest that your eye can marvel in and say, “Wow that actually looks fantastic together!”
21. Simple Details
22. IO Metro
23. Alice & Olivia
24. Rough Luxe Perspective
Geometric Shapes- Repetition of lines and shapes
I mean, how can you not ooh and aah?? This beautiful dress and these geometric patterned rooms are just so great, you can’t stop staring! Geometric designs can add so much interest to the design of a room. It makes your eye want to see more.
27. Interior Designer Pierre Yovanovitch, transforms the floors of rooms and Parisian hotels with geometric patterns.
Architecture/Structure: The complex or carefully designed structure of something
“Fashion is architecture: it is a matter of proportions” –Coco Chanel
Designer Alberta Ferreti used the Renaissance period for inspiration to create such beautiful gowns. I’m a big fan of such architectural details in buildings that these dresses really jumped at me. Simply amazing! Such structure yet, femininity. Love, love, love!!
28. Alberta Ferreti
29. Alberta Ferreti
30. Italian Renaissance dining room
31. Fontainebleau - the royal residence
32. Alberta Ferreti
I Hope You Enjoyed My Journey Through Fashion Week!!