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Prints bring energy to summer styles...

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Prints bring energy to summer styles and you don’t need a museum to immerse yourself in culture. art exhibits itself on clothes: fashion and art emerging as the winning duo of this summer wardrobe. karl lagerfeld even uses this as the setting of the chanel collection. fabric pioneer jean-charles de castelbajac delivers a live artistic performance on the runway…king of the prints léonard, reinvents constantly, this time with a true artistic approach.in the summer, floral prints reign supreme, appearing once again this season, but they take on a new, more futuristic, less literal dimension, experimenting with astonishing combinations.introducing africa, japan and latin america to this wardrobe with folkloric prints…we even make public our desire to escape and nomadic urges on our clothes…chic exoticism also emerges on reinterpreted animalistic patterns…this summer, don’t be afraid to unveil your artistic awareness through prints… interview:jean-charles de castelbajac :i see a huge tidal wave of arty trends and that has always been my belief and my job, i always blur the lines between art and fashion. it reminds me of a drawing that karl lagerfeld sent me in 1993 where he said is art a sort of fashion or is fashion an art? the answer is right in front of you.raffaele borriello :there are lots of printed fabrics inspired by artwork which is what our vision is about.guillaume henry :we asked several artists to repaint but in the style of pollock, so that is why there is a lot of jet on the print.the idea of a camouflage of flowers is not that remote but the marriage of the two surprised me.raf simons:if i think garden for dior now, i don’t always think about a romantic rose garden. i have this idea about a slightly more futuristic garden.christophe lemaire:we wanted something very tropical and nature to be highly present with these magnificent, giant flower jeff miller prints. i loved the idea that all of a sudden, it is as if they have been soaked in a bath of prints like that.veronica etro:it is not easy to give a geographical place so there is a lot going on.peter dundas:with the maasaï patterns, i also used a lot of colour and it also has a lot of energy so i think it is natural that they look nice together. diane von furstenberg :effectively, they are like african landscapes, but it is all about the sunset, this escape and this oasis.gaia trussardi :python is important throughout the collection and it is printed in organza so it gives the idea of transparency and also on silk.antonio berardi:all the animals were in interesting textures; they were flock and they were mirror and they were beaded but 3d.music free of right : bandit & nikit-2012