|Piet Mondrian, Composition of Red, Blue, Yellow, and White: Nom II, 1939|
A proponent of the De Stijl movement in the early 20th century, Piet Mondrian loved simplification, both in his painting composition and in his life. Perpendicular lines were his vice, and rumor has it that his easel was rendered unusable since it was positioned at a 90 degree angle from the floor.
I could use some simplification in my life.
Loafers: City Snappers
Silk pants: vintage Diane von Furstenberg
Mondrian image from moca.org; shoe photo by me.