Plane Construction Aesthetic Craft Trend of Men’s Knitwear

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Dot, line plane and rhythm are used to form plane construction, which is structured, abstract and formalist. Dot, line and plane and color blocks are emphasized for men’s knitwear for A/W 20/21. Jacquard, stitch and patchwork are implemented to show a geometric aesthetic for a young urban business style.

Design Inspiration

Dots are employed to form placement or all-over patterns, and jacquard and stitch are applied. PRADA’s all-over small square jacquard patterns arranged in a diagonal way feel appealing. The patterns on the sleeve and body make a contrast of loose an dense arrangements, adding depth.

Dots

Lines are key for A/W 20/21. They are applied to the shoulder and body. Simple lines on solid knitwear show a minimal yet fashionable style.

Simple Single Lines

Curved lines are often combined with curved planes. Jacquard is a key technique. Similar colors are important. Lines and planes complement each other.

 

The Plane Made of Lines

The combinations of lines and planes emphasize the arrangements of stripes and color blocks, while planes made of lines emphasize the layering effect. Stripes and color blocks add a sporty effect. Earthy tones and achromatic colors are often used. Some brights are applied to some places. Jacquard is key, complemented with stitch.

Combinations of Lines and Planes

Color blocks were evident in recent seasons. Color blocks for A/W 20/21 emphasize irregular shapes and asymmetrical arrangements. Patchwork and yarns are key. Achromatic colors are employed to add a calm feel.

color block sweater

Color is the most important for dot, line and plane. Fendi updates its logo via a single jacquard technique, brights and earthy tones. The logo is combined with dot, line and plane in a diagonal way to show calmness and youthfulness. 1X1 STUDIO also chooses deep colors and bright colors. The all-over jacquard pattern on the body with different stitches enrich styling.

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