Fun pants have always been one of my wardrobe staples, but with a recent explosion of graphic-heavy designer collections, it’s never been simpler to find a handful of awesome and seasonally transitional trouser-pant-leg-covers.
We all know that when trends filter down to high street stores like Zara and H&M, similarities are often uncanny. However, during my weekly pant-perusing activities, I noticed that the prints on many ~original~ designer pantsz bore an even closer resemblance to various art movements and important painters that I totally learned about in art history class.
So before you high street naysayers begin to shake your fists at carbon copy designer duds, REANALYZE YOURSELF because ~fashion is art~ and ~art is fashion~ and everyone copies each other anyway.
Iro vs. Riopelle
Marni vs. Mondrian
Moschino vs. Malevich
Sandro vs. Klee
Tibi vs. Kandinsky
Wilmont vs. Popova
In conclusion, here is my tired, true, and completely appropriate tagline:
Girl, your butt is a work of art!