Fashion like any art is nurtured and spread inspiration, sometimes the line between fashion, art, and architecture can be mixed to create innovator designs.
For example designers get inspired by 3D structures, triangle tessellation, unexpected shape or volume. They key of any of this designs is keep clean lines and show that your sculptural interest it’s who dominated the play on 3D volume and proportions.
If we want to speak about 3D fashion we can’t forget about Avant-Garde designers such as Yohji Yamamoto, Issey Miyake, Rei Kawakubo, Junya Wanatabe, Martin Margiel or Marc Newson. Designers who fighted against fashion traditional forms and traditions reflecting their own personality in each single design. Avant-garde become a synonym of innovation, progress and rebellion.
Right now designers express avant-garde in many different ways.
One can be Asymmetry; they leave symmetry behind and opt for asymmetrical designs for dresses, tops and even coats.
Op Art is a good option too for example past AW14 it was appearing as classic black and white puzzles at Matthew Williamson, and psychedelic twists at Dries Van Noten. The concept is create an effect similar to 3D modelling by computer programs.
And of course geometry, inspired by 60s they use geometric shapes and visual ilusiones into clothes. Just like this outfit from Fendi’s 2015 Resort line.
Fendi Resort 2015.
Volume: J.W.Anderson Spring 2015
Proportions: Junya Watanabe Spring 2015
3D: Comme des Garçons Spring 2015
Volume: Chloé at Paris Spring 2015