Fashion Focus: Body Mapping Concept in Spring/Summer 2012 collections

Body mapping concept despite the fact that is not so popular like pastel trends or sea inspiration for Spring/Summer 2012 season, it is very interesting theme to divulge. Merging ethereal transparency, tribal zeal and tattoo inspired art it will definitely enhance us in creating exquisite fashion statement for summer fever.  Kaleidoscopic prints, pastel hues along with vivid splashes and the game of peek-a-boo inspired many significant designers in order to build up their collections on smart gig of colour rays and see through layers. Experimental subject of discreet intensity was successfully developed by Issey Miyake, Narciso Rodriguez, Givenchy, David Koma and Vera Vang. Let’s take a look into the insights of Body mapping concept:

Issey Miyake Spring/Summer 2012

Issey Miyake Spring/Summer 2012 – The Petal Phase from the collection focuses on the clash of sheer layers, graphic patterns and sporty elegance creating optical illusion of dual visualization. Read the article about the collection here.

Narciso Rodriguez Spring/Summer 2012

 The designer inspired by the contemporary Korean artist –Kim Joon created the notion of tattoo influenced sheer mapping on the garment.  Refinement of the lingerie daydream.

David Koma Spring/Summer 2012

David Koma Spring/Summer 2012 – Top-to-toe tribal futurism – Graphic prints resembling Polynesian warriors body art fuses with the sheer panels and colour blocking idea.

Givenchy Spring/Summer 2012

Givenchy Spring/Summer 2012 – Givenchy centralized body mapping into the the transparent fabrication and tone contrast paneling.

Vera Wang Spring/Summer 2012

 – Vera Wang maintains the body mapping concept with the idyllic aura of lightweight fabrics. Chiffon and organza cooperate with harmonious medley of dots the from the Alice in Wonderland clues.

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