If Alexander Calder and Wassily Kandinsky concocted a fashion spread for Vogue, it would live with the geometry, abstraction, 90-degree angles and (in)accurate representation of a non-reality, the one imagined by abstractionism.
It would live of the vibrant colours that linger as well in paintings like Yellow-Red-Blue or sculptures such as The Four Elements, meeting not only in details of props, but the lines of silhouettes, accessories, clothing palette.
If Alexander Calder and Wassily Kandinsky concocted a Vogue fashion spread, it would be the onw on these pages. Where the masterpiece lives on beyond the body of work.
Photography bt The Bardos. Styling by Gaelle Bon.*
*Full story and credits on Vogue Portugal's Art issue, published in March 2020.