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Fashion Inspired by Art: Suzuki Kiitsu’s “Asagao-zu Byoubu”

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As the weather starts to heat up, why not try rocking a cooler color palette? Our last Fashion Inspired by Art post leaned towards warmer, bolder colors, so if you’re a fan of the cooler end of the color spectrum, this post is for you! This week’s Fashion Inspired by Art features “Asagao-zu Byoubu” (“Morning Glories”) […]

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DIY Tutorial: “Paint” Splatter Heels

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Ever since I read this CF post on paintbrush and paint splatter prints, I can’t seem to get this spring trend out of my head. The trend reminds me of the work of American painter Jackson Pollock, an abstract expressionist artist. He created drip “action” paintings that weren’t meant to showcase artistic skill, but rather the […]

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Fashion Inspired by Art: Lyubov Popova’s “Painterly Architectonic au MoMA”

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Red and black is a color combination as daring as it is timeless. This duo made multiple appearances during Fashion Week, both on the runway and within its audience. Be it street style, work wear, or on the red carpet, this is a pairing that’s here to stay! When you throw in colors of the […]

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Fashion Inspired by Art: Egon Schiele’s “Portrait of Elisabeth Lederer”

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Our past few Fashion Inspired by Art posts have featured many bold and bright garments, but if you’re more into classic pieces or if your wardrobe’s go-to colors include cream and navy, this post is for you! This week, we’re featuring Austrian painter Egon Schiele and his portrait of Elisabeth Lederer. Read on to learn more […]

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