Pretty Please: Les Petits Joueurs’ Mondrian Line

Mondrian

In an earlier post, I alluded to my incomparable White Stripes obsession.  I credit them for my love of all things Piet Mondriantheir second album, De Stijl, features the artist’s work in the cover art and liner notes, and the sounds of the record itself are as pared down and minimalistic as the paintings and architecture of the De Stijl movement.

It should be no surprise that I’m drooling over these bags by Les Petits Joueurs.  I’m a little late to the game (these are FW ’14-’15), but it’s not as if I could pay for one of these lovelies anyway!

Normally, color blocking and boxy shapes don’t figure much into my wardrobe, but I’d make an exception for these.

Janis Mondrian

Every thick black line, every rectangle, every blast of color sings to me.  It’s amazing what primary colors and a few boxes can do–they’re punchy, bold, and not a little cheeky.  For God’s sake, there are LEGOS applied to these bags!

Andy Mondrian

You can find the rest of the collection here.  And I definitely suggest you take a look–it’s filled with kitschy, almost cartoonish bags in classic styles.

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