Menswear and Psychedelic Prints: A/W 2014/15

Elle Saint Deveil

The menswear Basso & Brooke Collection for Autumn/Winter 2014 presented a psychedelic mashup of past and future. Colors integrating with prints in a strikingly-memerable synchrony. Each and every look, individually revealing a new color coordinating formula, affecting the eyes to move in what I call ‘artistic affinity’. Because of this exact measurement of aesthetically correct color/print/cut and style mixtures, there’s almost tranquility to each and every corner. Begin to notice that the prints and colors, sustain co-existence, against the style of the ensemble; perceiving the idea of ‘the new imagination amongst the chaos.’ Basso & Brooke, as pioneers in the digital print process in fashion, delivered one hell of an ‘art from the future’ fashion-warp.

Fun Facts ofBasso & Brooke: “Vogue championed them as ones to watch in their annual ‘Vogue List’, and they won ‘Best New Designers’ at the Elle Style Awards. Michelle Obama made headlines…

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2 thoughts on “Menswear and Psychedelic Prints: A/W 2014/15

  1. Thank you for using my image , but I would be grateful if you would buy a license to use it. A retrospective license is $100 to be paid by paypal to
    Colin Forrest

    • It’s been removed. I used this ten years ago on Myspace. It’s a sick print, but as a graphic designer and illustrator, I’d appreciate the fact that someone used it and could credit you.

      Just saying.

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