In all that surrounds us, one can find a specific pattern, a pattern that, when repeated endlessly, creates a pattern, a graphic plot. This is, broadly, the philosophy of “Patternity”, a London-based studio that researches these patterns in the objects, in everyday life, practically anywhere. Bauhaus was certainly one of the forerunners of the use of geometric patterns as artistic and decorative elements, and for the exhibition “Bauhaus: art as life” Patternity
, in collaboration with The Barbican, creates a capsule collection of tights inspired by the famous school. The collection, in limited edition, is available from May 3rd to August 3rd, each pair costs 48 Pounds and shipping is available worldwide. To wear your piece of art history you’d better hurry!