Fashion has abandoned the rules of yesterday, it's time to think outside the box and start mixing up prints you never thought would go together. I mean, opposites attract right? For those of you who've been playing it safe with solid colors and shying away from prints, well it's time to step out into the field! It's a clear sign of artistic ability for those who can make two realms of fabric go together like peaches and cream, so let's not restrict our creative minds of it's full potential. Here are a few of our favorite mix&matches from the Spring 2010 runway:
Thakoon Panichgul: the power of earth and vivid tones. This summer dress has a relaxed fit with colors that echoes "springtime."
Basso and Brooke: using digital art at it's highest form. These are the epitomes of the natural-born talent of mix&matching prints. *thepaparazzigirl's favorite pick
Dries van Noten: the architect's way. Mastering the technique through geometric forms and neutral tones.
(images courtesy of style.com)
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"One of the most important reasons for living is to do something-live outside of yourself and put together an idea, an idea that you want to explore and then complete...Awaken your creative sensitivities!" - Jack Palance