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SUPREMATIST

by Andre J., http://avantgardien.tumblr.com, stylist,contributing fashion editor from Stockholm, Sweden

154 comments · 24 · July 28, 2011

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Vintage Tunic Top With Volume Shoulders And Side Splicing With Pockets, Cape Town South African Hat, Boss Embossed Patent Soft Clutch, Net Detail Worn As Gloves - SUPREMATIST - Andre Judd
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  1. vintage tunic top with volume shoulders and side splicing with pockets

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  2. South African hat

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    Cape Town

    , in Hats
  3. embossed patent soft clutch

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    Hugo Boss

    , in Hugo Boss Bags
  4. net detail worn as gloves

    , in Gloves



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Supremus no. 58 by Kasimir Malevich



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I had a deep conversation with my sister DC few weeks back and I was brought to this realization that I need some changes in my life. From the mundane to the serious it was quite difficult to process but in the end I must see to it that changes must take place. Like for example, ridding myself of unnecessary clutter in my room. It was a challenge but eventually I did it and I bid adieu to 10 plus years of clutter.

About the look:
All this simplification of clutter brought me back to my art roots in college when I studied Art History. One movement I favored along with surrealism and dadaism is Suprematism.

Suprematism- was an art movement focused on fundamental geometric forms (in particular the square and circle) which formed in Russia in 1915-1916.
A very deduced type artform so tightly edited its simplification bears resemblance to minimalism.

So there I was inspired to focus on lines and shapes on this look and not so much on accessories. As a maximalist, I am challenged by conceiving a look that is devoid of accessories. I love neckpieces, rings, bracelets, eyewear, hats, belts and shoes so so much that I feel naked without it. But the end result was rewarding aesthetically because I enjoyed looking at the clean lines. It even echoes the clean lines of an artwork I studied before: Supremus no. 58 by Kasimir Malevich:) Maybe subconsciously I was drawing inspiration from it:)


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Day Ronan
Your look 's always so special.
Andre Judd
thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:)
Monika P
love that look Andre! tunic is absolutely amazing! and that colour! WOW
Andre Judd
thank you thank you:)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Armel M.
fantastic! just fantastic!
Andre Judd
thank you ARMEL:)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Selle M
I believe it is a rare bird that can make me think of George Orwell and Franz Kafka and Red China and Art Nouveau and the Fifth Element all in one look,not to mention be savagely beautiful to look at. The face/body art is something I always love to see and look forward to.
Andre Judd
thank you SELLE:)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! how are you?:)
Selle M
I've been alright honey,wrestling with a final semester of design school and feeling a bit apprehensive about it. Oh and making videos. If you care to see it I've posted it here : forum.lookbook.nu/show/44579-Candy-a-short-film

:)
M C
COOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOLOR meets military meets cultural explosion meets geometry. :)

i love the art reference.and the story about your sister telling you to minimize the excesses sir andre.the story is personal and this ensemble is truly one of a kind.

HYPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPED!!!
Andre Judd
thank you:)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The  VJA
Killing it! xxx
Andre Judd
thank you:)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Olga Rink
I'm dying from pleasure!!!!
Violeta Pazaran
gorgeous styling!!!
Andre Judd
thank you VioletA:)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
W W
thank you for the quick art histo lesson as well. Futurism through Constructivism are significant influences in my aesthetics, but I wasn't fully aware of Suprema (slightly a prelude to Cons?). not surprised that it is Russian in origin.

did you know that the naming of 'Infinity' has Russo-French roots as well? those people!
...

your looks and work are stellar. Keep it up, it is very inspiring. dedicated.

hello from San Francisco.
Andre Judd
thank you WW for your amazing comments and fantastic insights:)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! wow this truly made my day:)!!!!!!!!!!! thank you so much:)!!!!!!!!!
Leigh
omg i love you!
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