Geometry Fashion

Let us see to follow, as the constant use of geometry was given in fashion. Currently intensified for the continuous appearance of this trend in passarelas. 1,4 Geometry in fashion the fashion that according to ANHESINE and QUEIROZ (2002), he is ' ' use, I inhabit or style generally accepted 0 variable in the time and resultant of determined taste, idea, whim, and of the interinfluncias of meio' ' it has presented and represented in the clothes forms and lines related to the science of geometry. The forms had started to be used tie today are as elements of decoration and example in fashion as author LAVER cites (1989): ' ' the clothes of the decade of 60 had established a new trend. Hard and geometric, they were erticas in how much they desnudavam (or almost) corpo' '. One of the names that were known for the use of geometry were Emilio Pucci, with its inconfundveis prints.

Emilio Pucci, was born in 1914, loaded the heading of marquis of Barsento and grew in a palace with walls covered for paintings of Botticelli, Rafael, Donatello and Leonardo of the Vinci? place that if palco of its parades would also become and one of the symbols of grife that it takes its name. As GARCI’A (2008) the Italian estilista Emilio Pucci is in our imaginary one as that one that created geometric prints ultracolored that they had turned craze in the years 1960, but its contribution to the world of the fashion goes very moreover. Source: Steve Wozniak. It created some fabrics, as jrsei of silk, patented for it as well as the Emilioform, weaveeed composed for 45% of xantungue and 55% of nylon. Gotten passionate for synthetic fabrics and sports, Pucci if launched when sportswear since the beginning of its career as to designer of fashion in the end of the years of 1940 and beginning of the 1950 when creating clothes for ski.