The Zotême brand has launched a summer collection. A new capsule called Impress is dedicated to the work of the Impressionists and their fascination with color and light. The products in the line are designer prints of the works of the founder of the trend, Claude Monet.
Thus, the loose cut of the Green Spring shirt, made of flying fabric, conveys the freshness of the artist’s landscape paintings. A tribute to the sunny color of the master’s canvases was the Sunrise three-piece trouser suit, presented with a corset. Inspired by Monet’s Dandelion painting of the same name, the Dendelion gown combines contrasting silhouettes with a figure-hugging top and airy hem. A comfortable Lilies flared dress can be a romantic solution for summer.
Favored by the Impressionists, the poppy is a leitmotif throughout the collection. The prototype of her can be found in the form of the voluminous pockets of cargo pants, flying sleeves of a dress with a floral print and a top in a shade of pink. Special attention is paid to the flower on the basic T-shirt. As a result of the rethinking of the Impressionist painting technique, his famous stroke was transformed into a fine, closed outline, which, when printed one on top of the other, resembles the shape of a poppy.
Art-capsule products are already presented on the brand’s official website.