Abstract Art has long been an inexaustible source of inspiration for fashion designers ever since Yves Saint Laurent’s 1965 ‘Mondrian’ collection. What with the recent release of Jalil Lespert’s  ‘Yves Saint Laurent’, a biopic on the life of the legendary Couturier, its no wonder that numerous designers looked in that direction for their Spring 2014 collections.

Take Phoebe Philo and her Céline collection for instance. Slightly Kandinsky-inspired oversized prints came in the form of larg...

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