Loved this article by Emma Gratton from ArtsHub.
There is a few more pivotal collaborations worth a mention, one that comes to mind is that between Takashi Murakami and Louis Louis Vuitton.
Elsa and Picasso is where it all started.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Emma Clark Gratton is an ArtsHub staff writer.
Inspired by the streets of London, this exhibition takes visitors on an artistic adventure, exploring the mind of Banksy and his satirical street art.
Fashion is art at Comme des Garçons Spring 2017 Ready-to-Wear Fashion Show via @voguerunway
Amazing ideas, for this year Design of the Year Nominees. Check this out.
This year, the Beazley Designs of the Year nominations – categorised into Graphics, Fashion, Transport, Digital, Product and Architecture – include a strong emphasis on design for social good, taking in the video game This War of Mine, a book whose pages double as water filters, and a flat-pack refugee shelter by the IKEA Foundation.
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The exhibition ‘Game Changers – Reinventing the 20th century silhouette’ looks at the groundbreaking work of fashion designer Cristóbal Balenciaga whose innovations in the middle of the 20th century created a radically new silhouettte, in which the body got freedom of movement and architectural volumes created a space around the body.
The exhibition unites 100 unique couture and ready-to-wear silhouets by Cristóbal Balenciaga, Paul Poiret, Madeleine Vionnet, Gabrielle Chanel, but also Issey Miyake, Ann Demeulemeester, Comme des Garçons, Yohji Yamamoto, Maison Martin Margiela. With loans from prestigious collections of the museum of Fashion Institute of Technology in New York, the V&A, MUDE Lisbon and Musée Galliera.
Anna Wintour talks and I will listen.
Anna Wintour on fashion, digital media and Beyoncé’s Lemonade – Vogue Australia
“We live in an age that prizes authenticity. Just look at our current Vogue cover girl Amy Schumer, whose success is built on a raw, unfiltered and very human person. Bringing personal experience and emotion to the table resonates with audiences.”