WHEN FASHION IMITATES ART

I’m an art lover as much as I’m a fashion lover. I find it very interesting when fashion designers attempt to imitate famous artwork created around the world. Most of them will successfully do an amazing job. Here are some of the best examples of when fashion imitates art:

Shiatzy Chen and Irises in Monet’s Garden by Claude Monet
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Ece Gozen and Northern Lights by Lars Thulin
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 Raisa & Vanessa and Flowers and Fruit by Jan van Huysum
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Shiatzy Chen and Autumn Garden in Kyoto by Vincenzo Chiochia
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Moschino and Blue Graffiti by Gerard Hermand
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Raisa & Vanessa and Palm Trees, Low Angle by Image Source
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Alexander McQueen and Red Roses, Close-up by Jonathan Knowles
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Rahul Mishra and Close-Up of Raindrop by Niels De Vries / EyeEm
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Deniz Berdan and Multicolored Blurred Abstract Backgrounds Pattern by Studio Parris Wakefield
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Masha Ma and Mama by Tom Fedro
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Selma State and Close-Up of Spider Web Over Black Background by Roxie Gonzalez / EyeEm
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Allude and Autumn Rhythm by Jackson Pollock
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Valentino and Color Study: Squares With Concentric Rings by Wassily Kandinsky
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Wunderkind and The Parakeet and the Mermaid by Henri Matisse
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Leonard Paris and USA, Hawaii, Kauai, Portrait of Peacock by Jamie Grill
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Akris and Frosty Pattern by Michael Fernahl
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Tsumori Chisato and Explosion I by Roy Lichtenstein
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Elie Saab and Moss-Covered Branches in the Rainforest by James Hager
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Issey Miyake and Kaleidoscope of Glass Bottles by Hiroshi Watanabe 1427922777-syn-2-1426883010-20
House Grapevine and Twinkle Night by Kaneko Ryo 1427922779-syn-2-1426882861-19Photo credit: Veranda

Cool isn’t it? This is what highly creative individuals can do when they are inspired by something beautiful!
What inspires you?

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One thought on “WHEN FASHION IMITATES ART

  1. I love this Fernanda! What a beautiful post! I hope you are doing well and loving your new job! I Hope I remembered to share those websites I was telling you about , if not let me know! The post is up of our meet up on my blog…

    Hugs,
    Valerie

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