“the state of minds vary according to the angle under which one examines them.” // e. maillart
when confronted with solid lines, points, hard angles, surfaces and curves – whether architectural, decorative, or in regard to our interiors, i’m full-on smitten. it’s the same with textiles and how those are made into the clever little pieces that juxtapose the trajectory of our bodies in a way that fortifies our forms in a way that impels others to look at our angles and corners from altering perspectives. it’s my forever long-winded way of saying that perspective is everything – and the angles from which we see and are seen – will make us look different. that’s just a bit of mathematical magic.
➝ source : three-quarter sleeve paneled dress via tsumori chisato
➝ source : bow detail dress via msgm