by Anton Wall
Color governs our world. It is the essence of warmth, clarity and ultimately our being. Even the lack of color is considered essential to our sense of aesthetics. We often express our emotions, our art, our math, our rationale through the means of color and confine our pleasures and displeasure within the lexicon of aesthetics. As any philosopher would tell you that notion of aesthetics is a kind of a judgment on matter, value and experience. What we see, how we see it defines who we are. That is why one of the fundamental questions in philosophy is how something looks to us and why it looks that way. And there lies the equipoise between aesthetic experience and aesthetic value. Here is a curated (philosopher's) view of the London Fashion Week.
Anton Wall is an LSE educated philosopher who writes on the subject matter of aesthetics. He currently resides in Oxford UK.