Inspired by geometric design which we know reached its pinnacle in the Islamic World, where the arabesques and geometric patterns of Islamic art are often said to arise from the Islamic view of the world. To Muslims, these forms, taken together, constitute an infinite pattern that extends beyond the visible material world. To many in the Islamic world, they concretely symbolize the infinite, and therefore uncentralized, nature of the creation of the one God (Allah) and convey a spirituality without the figurative iconography of the art of other religions.
Mistakes in repetitions may be intentionally introduced as a show of humility by artists who believe only Allah can produce perfection, although this theory is disputed. As we also know repeating geometric forms are often accompanied by calligraphy.
Fendi has come back with an updated geometric inspired clutch which melds both class and sass from day into night.
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