Geometric abstractions are my inspiration right now

IRMA is wearing a striped top by Rag & Bone and a skirt by Victoria Beckham.

We love the pictorial language of geometric abstraction, based on the use of simple geometric forms. Think of the Cubist destruction started by Pablo Picasso and Braque, to name just two masters of this art. Besides magnificent modern paintings by Burgoyne Diller, and contemporary sculptures, for example the work of Francois Morellet, who is defined as one of the main representatives of the Concrete art this season, fashion is inspired by these geometric forms which make anything look good, from bags and scarfs to skirts and even skateboards, for example from Hermès with designs by Henry d’Origny.

IRMA looks for inspiration at…..

AT THE MET, Artist Burgoyne Diller, Art © Estate of Burgoyne Diller, Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY
Hermès 90x90cm Carré, Centered Rhyme by Elaine Lustig Cohen
Francois Morellet, Sculpture a Trois Volumes, Widewalls
Skateboard from Hèrmes by Henry d’Origny, Bouclerie Moderne, Cavalcadour and Sangles en zigzag now at Hermès Boutiques

Hermès Carré Centered Rhyme by Elaine Lustig Cohen, Hermès skateboard by Henry d’Origny,
IRMA wearing Rag & Bone and Victoria Beckham