When gorgeous black and serene white come together fused in arty tessellations, what becomes of them is called Monochrome. popularized post the World war, it became a trend so bold and so chic that kept propping up every season. Monochrome became an agent of Changes in dress during the World War where more and more women were forced to work and they demanded clothes that were better suited to their new activities. Social events became dominated by the need to mourn the increasing numbers of dead, visits to the wounded, and the general gravity of the time meant that darker colors became the norm. A new monochrome look emerged that was unfamiliar to young women in comfortable circumstances. Ever since then monochrome has been adopted as an avenue to articulate geometric layouts crisply through black and white. The white flows through the scheme to ease out the tension and impact of the dense black resulting in bold and beautiful motifs. When matched with sharp cuts, angular lines and aesthetic frames monochrome yields a high-impact yet easy to put on flair. Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_fashion_design, LExpress-Styles-2016-Mens-Fashion-Editorial-011, http://www.vogue.co.uk/fashion/trends/2014-spring-summer/back-to-mono/gallery/103460, Utah-Fashion-week-2016