Pair Of Vinyl Boots Inspired By Piotr Mondrian and Yves Saint Laurent Works - Europe Circa 1965/1970
Pair of red, blue and white checkered vinyl boots inspired by the structured graphics of Piotr Mondrian's work, fashionable in 1965 by the Yves Saint Laurent iconic dress. White plastic vinyl skin imitating leather, checkered blue and red sewn black geometric strips made of smooth vinyl. Black rubber soles and heels and steel zipper. Without any label and size. Excellent condition of color and conservation.
At the moment of the Haute Couture Autumn-Winter 1965 collection called "Tribute to Mondrian", Yves Saint Laurent presents ten dresses in thick wool jersey directly inspired by the painting of the painter dating from 1935. The prototype of this model taking the cut of the "Sac" dress is directed by Azzedine Alaïa. This dress with worldwide success, probably one of the most striking in the history of fashion and the work of Yves Saint Laurent, is copied and declined over many years from the beginning. The declared inspiration of a couturier from a pictorial work always questions the notion of the work of Art. Moreover, thanks to Yves Saint Laurent, Mondrian's work had a new light in the 1960s. These very Sixties boots, dating from the first period, are a direct variation of the painting and the famous dress.
Dimensions: Equivalent French Size 36/37 Length 30 cm Vamp 8.5 cm Heels height 2 cm Boots height 25 cm Zipper 16 cm