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Art, Fashion & Stoli


The connection between the realms of fashion and art, which is long-believed as one of the most acclaimed partnerships to date, is limitless. Sometimes to disturbing degrees. Thriving on a visionary extreme that clearly compliments one another, they seem to breathe life into the notion that fashion is easily interpreted as a walking art form. From imagination to inspiration, the construction of prospect to palette unfurls, beckoning for constant fluidity. The result is unbending and exemplifies the diligent hands of both famed French Renaissance painters and modern-day designer's sketchpads.
Together, fashion and art create a language within itself. And here's the good news, you don't have to be silver-tongued to appreciate it because it's the voice of style, the beauty of artistic originality... and the masterpiece of its creator that we learn to appreciate. We've seen Phillip Lim, Markus Lupfer, and Lisa Perry's take on prominent pop artist Roy Lichtenstein, so take a look as even Rodarte pays homage to renowned Post-impressionist painter, Vincent Van Gogh, with their stunning spring 2012 collection. 

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Take a look at these artsy-fartsy influenced must-haves, everything from couture to ballpoint pens...
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Comments

Lovely dresses...I love the prints..and the first one is by far my favourite.

hugs
Andru
The Black Label
Alex said…
Cool post, baby! I think The Starry Night makes for a horrific print, but the Sunflowers series is interesting.
Vanessa said…
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Vanessa said…
These floral inspirations are amazing! They would look great in my Ethereal collection on Socialbliss!

http://www.socialbliss.com/vanessaho/ethereal-GMZTANBU

Much Love, Vanessa

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