“For spring, I was inspired by the rhythmic work of Brazilian artist Beatriz Milhazes; I found the vibrant colors she uses energetic and exuberant. It brought upon decorative elements to my collection....”
“For spring, I was inspired by the rhythmic work of Brazilian artist Beatriz Milhazes; I found the vibrant colors she uses energetic and exuberant. It brought upon decorative elements to my collection.” Jason Wu
Milhazes work displays passion, flavour and adventure. Her swirls and flowers evoke connotations of whimsical childhood doodling, though hers are of a far greater fantastical capacity. Taking us out of our adult life (if only for a second) and allowing us to remember our imaginativeness. Each flower is unique, no two are the same. This is a common theme in Milhazes world. Whose life seems idealic. She’s based in Rio De Janeiro, being inspired by the botanical gardens, which goes a long way in understanding her unique feverous approach . She often uses black in her art set against the melange of vibrant colours though this may be a conscious decision to make the colours pop, hinting again towards her youthful burst for life. The fun these images conjure can not be denied and Jason Wu plans to bring these into his collection. His previous collections have consistently had a penchant for playful, youthful vitality, this can only be heightened in the wake of his inspiration.