Get Inspired By The Modus Vivendi Mondrian Line

Modus Vivendi Mondrian Line

Modus Vivendi is known for bold styles with tons of color and unique designs. The swimwear line was so successful that they decided to extend the Modus Vivendi Mondrian Line to include underwear styles and sportswear for the FW 2015 season.

Each style in the Modus Vivendi Mondrian Line collection is inspired by abstract paintings of Dutch artist Piet Mondrian. He used bold color blocking in geometric shapes, mostly rectangles, to create a bold visual impact and a confident, vibrant style. Mondrian stuck to a color palette of primary shades of reds, yellows and blues mixed with absolute black and white. His style was very unique and interesting to view.

The Mondrian Tank Top ($43.34) is a great addition to the Modus Vivendi Mondrian Line and features color blocking on the front of the tank and a solid white or black back. The arm seams curve around your shoulders for a a flattering look. The Mondrian Brief ($34.94) features a black or white back that extends around the right hip and stops half way through the pouch. On the other side we see beautiful color blocks of the primary colors. This brief is classic cut and features a contoured pouch that will hold your boys in place. The Mondrian Boxer ($38.08) has all of the same features as the brief and cuts off on the upper thigh like a square cut trunk.

Photographer Gavin Harrison captures Phillip Sharp in the Mondrian Line. Gavin uses a Piet Mondrian-inspired rectangular geometric color blocking background to bring out the color in each style more thoroughly. Philip also uses blocks of color in some photos to pose against to capture the attention of the viewer more readily.

Are you inspired by how the Modus Vivendi Mondrian Line pays tribute to Piet Mondrian? Do you like how Gavin Harrison incorporated the geometric pattern into the background of each image? Let us know in the comments below or send us a tweet @underwearexpert.

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Photo Credit: Gavin Harrison and Modus Vivendi

Model Credit: Phillip Sharp of Celsius Models

Location: Leicester, UK.

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