Knitwear on the Go: From Wash to Weekend

We all love to travel, but it is not as stress-free as it once was. The security lines, taking off your jacket and shoes, and the occasional delays — it can be stressful. This is one of the many reasons MISOOK’s wash-and-wear knitwear is the perfect travel companion that keeps you comfortable, classic, and collected even in the most stressful situations. There is no need to worry about an unexpected spill from other passengers or the general toll traveling takes on garments.

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MISOOK & Matisse

MISOOK & Matisse

MISOOK and Matisse have a key commonality: a sense of rhythm and line. One can see this energy bounced back and forth between Matisse’s works of art and MISOOK’s wearable art. Alongside Picasso, Matisse is regarded as one of the most influential artists in modern art for his wide and far-reaching contributions to painting and sculpture. Everyone, from Calvin Klein to Thakoon and Yves Saint Laurent to Dior has been influenced by Matisse’s strong compositions. Let’s take a look back at how Matisse came to be one of the most influential modern artists of contemporary fashion design.
Fashion inspired by Art Matisse

Renowned French painter, sculptor and print market Henri Matisse was born in 1869. Matisse’s early work was painted in the Fauvist style — characterized by very bright, bold colors, and wild-expressionist brushstrokes. Fauve in French means “wild beast.” Best known for his delicate yet precise line and depiction of the human form, Matisse was lauded not only for his paintings but also for his work on paper.

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Beautiful in Blue

Beautiful in Blue

To be put simply, Ad Reinhardt’s monochrome paintings are nothing short of sublime. MISOOK has chosen to introduce several jackets and tank tops this season which is a subtle nod to the historic painting of Ad Reinhardt.

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The subtle and radiant paintings from his late blue series are comprised of mostly colorful and symmetrical geometric forms. Through the use of a specific painting technique, the surface of Ad Reinhardt’s monochrome paintings are incredibly delicate. Another result of this artist’s technique is shown in his paintings, which are simultaneously soft and dense — glowing with brilliance uncommon to the ordinary painted surface. Glowing with brilliance is a mission shared also by MISOOK as a representative in ready-to-wear knitwear that is flattering for every woman of all shapes and sizes.

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Back in Black with a Mod Twist

What could be a better way to begin the Fall season than with a versatile black jacket? MISOOK’s black wool jacket combines the ease of a contemporary fit with a subtle nod to the Mod style of the 60s with its grommet detailing. The subtle but eye-catching addition of vegan leather adds a dash of excitement to your ensemble.

 
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The Power of Red Jackets

Dress like a Warhol Fashion Portrait 80’s Icon. Timeless, Striking Style for the Everyday Woman.

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Andy Warhol is famous for being an artist, filmmaker, and international social fixture. Warhol first showed his “Campbell Soup Can” series at Ferus Gallery in Los Angeles, which was owned by the legendary Walter Hopps. While we all know and remember Warhol for different reasons, he is undoubtedly one of the most important artists of the 20th Century. One of the overarching achievements, he should be remembered for is the recognizing beauty in the trivial and giving it gravitas.

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Studs for all Seasons

Studs for all Seasons

Fashion has been one long studded affair.

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As we know, fashion takes notes from history and, the cultural subtext displayed is fascinating. The first studded affair was on the battlefield; the earliest form of armor was called brigandine, with small oblong steel plates riveted to the fabric. And the rise of studs began. Studs first appeared in the seventies with the punk rock movement, but their association has become mainstream. Whether you are a reformed punk, professional or simply love shiny objects, don’t be afraid to incorporate studs into your closet.
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It’s Hip To Be Square

It’s Hip To Be Square

 

Geometric Square Pattern & Color Theory in Contemporary Art & Clothing

Fashion Fall Trends

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Fall back (no pun intended) on a classic geometrical shape, the square! This easy-going windowpane pattern is making a fashion editorial comeback for the modern woman – whether in the office or out on the town. This design serves to add an intricate amount of detail and energy to an otherwise ordinary outfit. From fashion designers to famous artists, the square is a geometric shape that adds an enduring quality to be appropriately trend-conscious without being trend-driven. Josef Albers, best known for his “Homage to the Square” series, uses overlapping and intersecting squares to examine our perception of color and space. Misook’s FW17 Green jacket echoes Albers’ 1957 Homage to the Square: Green Dusk in both its palette and pattern.

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