People often say about young people who publish amator fashion blogs that they "should get a fashion diploma before".
This is never asked of adults who write amator blogs, and some persons working in fashion aren't diplomed in that field.
I read an article in a fashion magazine (not a "women" magazine, Beaux-Arts Magazine or Elegy, but one entirely devoted to fashion) written by two diplomed persons about different fashion shows, from a professional point of view. It concludes itself saying : "...in a veritable hommage to Mondrian!", which really didn't fit in the context, I think they were saying that exclusively because the clothes were primary colored and it sounded good, as it was a reference to Yves-Saint-Laurent's Mondrian dresses.
So what's the problem? The clothes' shapes were fluid and circular, didn't remind me of Mondrian and the whole didn't remind me of his artisticevolution, these weren't shows in his memory in a random museum or even presented the day of his birth or death. If you were willing to go far-fetched, you could say it remind of his beginnings.
It still pass and get published, because these journalists are adults and have diplomas.
You could say they wanted you to think it reminded of Mondrian and not that it was a real hommage, or that it reminded of some pieces of Yves-Saint-Laurent's 1965 August-Winter collection, but when a kid is that approximative, even on a forum, people are way more petty and remind hir of his lack of privileges by reasoning ze is approximative due to ze age, often in a really condescending way (adultsplaining).
The world is running on its head, backward.