Dress with embroidery and applique based on Ukrainian artist Kazemir Malevich.
Fabric - linen
Technique - smooth, applique (machine embroidery)
Threads - cotton
Solomiya's height is 182 cm, size S
The cut of the dress - basic/medium
When creating this model, the designer was inspired by the works of Kazymyr Malevych.
Fabric - linen, maxi length. Strapless dress, tied with scent.
The technique of execution - "Application".
The sundress is reminiscent of the works of K. Malevych, in the style of Suprematism, in which he worked.
Straight geometric shapes are well traced at the top of the product and the bottom of the sundress.
Kazymyr Malevych - Ukrainian avant-garde artist, a prominent figure of the Ukrainian avant-garde, founder of Suprematism, one of the founders of cubofuturism.
It's all about Malevich, an artist who started as a self-taught painter and became a world-famous artist, art theorist, philosopher, and poet.
Malevych, like many of his fellow futurists, believed that he had every right to create his own biography, which he did by "correcting" the facts. Therefore, the date of his birth or the dates of his paintings differ in different references.
And his figure is overgrown with legends and mystifications.
Malevych is often compared to Leonardo da Vinci. At one time, da Vinci moved from one era in the art to another, just as Malevich, to some extent, opened the era of modern art. We can say that all modern art, in one way or another, looks at Malevich and rejects or denies confidence in his theses, works, or even his position.