After flicking through all the monthly fashion bibles and checking out what the High Street are offering up to us for our spring wardrobes, it looks as though 1960’s Op Art, is having a major influence. The collections are full of black and white and monochrome prints and Tom Ford’s makeup campaign is following through the trend with nude lipstick and heavy eyes, just like the make up he designed for Julianne Moore when she starred in his beautifully visual film, A Single Man.
Bridget Riley with a piece of her Op art from the 1960’s
Spring 2013 has been heavy influenced by the Op art movement as seen in the collections of Marc Jacobs
Tom Fords galmarous take on the trend
Topshop Unique showed their interpretation of the monochrome trend
Black and white pieces from Zara 2013 collection
1960’s make up seen here on Jean Shrimpton, was all heavy eyes and nude lips which Tom Ford recreated for Julianne Moore in A Single Man
Tom Fords makeup collection for Spring 2013 goes back to the 60’s