Unlike other decorations, polka dots aren't a reinvented, elaborated or personalized element of style. Impersonal and objective, they aren't open to interpretation or modification. You can vary the ratio, but you can't change polka dots, which remain polka dots no matter how big or small they may be. They are a decoration that doesn't ask for interpretations. Immediate and insistent, they can be used everywhere, as is demonstrated by the world of fashion, in which they are periodically repurposed. They are popular because they are a figurative archetype recognized by everyone. It is no coincidence they were used by pop art» Massimo Morozzi 1993.
Pois by Cristina Morozzi per Massimo Morozzi / No—Stop by Gilberto Corretti / Spots by Paolo Deganello / Stripes by Andrea Branzi / Dressing by Dario Bartolini per Lucia Bartolini / Babele Decoded by Dario Bartolini.