Mondriaanjurk – shift dress



In 2011, Michael Barnaart designed the Mondrian dress, with the cooperation of Kunstmuseum Den Haag, the museum with the most Mondrians in the world.

This design is an ode to Piet Mondrian (Amersfoort, 7 March 1872 – New York, 1 February 1944). In this dress with the recognizable surface division, some black lines do not extend all the way to the edge, just as can be seen in Mondrian’s work. The straight silhouette ensures a comfortable fit. This dress is cream white with black, blue and deep red.

The Mondrian dress was purchased by the Centraal Museum in Utrecht. The Mondrian dress was also shown at the exhibition The Vulgar in the Barbican in London, next to the Mondrian dresses by Yves Saint Laurent. View all the highlights of the Mondrian dress here!

Read all about my Mondrian designs here.

If you are in doubt between two sizes, choose the larger size.

Single knit

Shift dress

50% cotton
50% acryl
Wash at 30 degrees. Remove brooch before washing.

Dutch design: designed and produced in the Netherlands.

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