The Art of Dressing: Exploring Esteban Vicente’s “Blue, Red, Black and White”

Art / Style / October 21, 2014

Esteban Vicente was an abstract expressionist whose career spanned eight decades. His work was marked by bright palettes and stunning forms. He often resorted to jigsaw patterns in his collages and paintings. For fall we’ve turned to one of his paintings, “Blue, Red, Black and White” for an artful look.

Fausto Puglisi’s coat is perfect for fall and recalls the oversized shapes in Vicente’s painting. We love the addition of the pops of blue in Opening Ceremony’s Elise boots.

They provide a stark contrast to the black, red and white color combo. Isabel Marant’s Hutt skirt recalls the sharp lines of his painting and is a great compliment to the bold accessories in this look.


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