Take a look at your outfit. What does it say about you? Are you colorful and quirky, or minimal and serious?
Fashion, like any art, is designed with intention. And graphic designers can learn a lot about color theory, application, and even design trends by following what's happening now in fashion.
So how much does a creative wardrobe inspire graphic design? Well, let's take a look at the foundation of fashion and the iconic eras that inspire design today.
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MoMA already has a waiting list for a $3,000 colored pencil kit designed by fashion icon Karl Lagerfeld
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