the ideas of cloth from the Master Madeleine Vionnet
The structure of this dress is based on rectangular straight-cut fabric. When used, it is inclined to overhang rectangular fabric in a 45-degree direction and retains the right Angle of the hem. This reflects the design method of straight instead of curved. Several rectangular fabrics are stitched along the edge. After oblique use, these suture lines form oblique segmentation, which is a breakthrough in two-dimensional segmentation.
Originating from the 1935 Vionette line cut dress, the back is extended at the shoulder using a folding shear, which is folded twice at the sleeve cage and stitched with the front to create a short sleeve. The ingenious feature of this dress is that it integrates the back piece and sleeve piece together, and decomposes the margin of the body and sleeve piece by folding into pleats, which not only conforms to the human body structure, but also increases the unique styling sense.