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moma: Remind you of Mike Kelley? Only a few weeks left to see the show at MoMA valentineuhovski: Margiela couture.

Stunning Color Juxtaposition by Delaunay in a Kalaidascopic Triangle form.....Charles and Ray Eames seem to have riffed off this...!

The Many Influences Of Sonia Delaunay...Painter, Color Theorist, Textile and Apparel Designer....

painted plaster, tile or stained glass wall at Orchid Hill 'Farbige Karos' (Colored squares) by August Macke, 1913 - This was from period when he was under the influence of Delauney.

DESIGNER INSPIRATION – My soul is fed by needle and thread – anon | Pepperbox Couture

DESIGNER INSPIRATION – My soul is fed by needle and thread – anon

c1932 dress "The modern qipao (or cheongsam in Cantonese) was developed in Shanghai in the mid-1920s and was popularized by wealthy socialites. It was much more fitted than the original loose-fitting qipao." | The Met

Dress (qipao/cheongsam) 1932 China The modern qipao (or cheongsam in Cantonese) was developed in Shanghai in the The modern qipao, in contrast to the original loose-fitting qipao, was much more fitted and revealing. It was popularized by we

Tea gown 1930–32.  Silk:  Fortuny  (Italian, founded 1906) Designer: Mariano Fortuny (Spanish, 1871–1949)  1930–32

Tea gown Design House:Fortuny (Italian, founded Designer:Mariano Fortuny (Spanish, Granada Venice) Culture:Italian

The art of fashion. @glamour Photographed by John Rawlings for the January, 1944 issue at the Museum of Modern Art with an Alexander Calder sculpture. #glamour #moma #calder #vintagefashion To purchase a print, visit condenaststore.com/?utm_content=bufferd6fe5&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer

A Model Behind Calder Mobiles At The Museum Canvas Print / Canvas Art by John Rawlings

John Rawlings - Elise Daniels Wearing A Botany Wool Coat Surrounded By Alexander Calder Mobiles At The Museum Of Modern Art, NYC,

November 24, 2017, 5:00 pm The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) Presents a Free Online Class on Fashion: Enroll in Fashion as Design Today http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/OpenCulture/~3/vU0qFcKHtXw/the-museum-of-modern-art-moma-presents-a-free-online-class-on-fashion-enroll-in-fashion-as-design-today.html  Creativity inspires. Take inspiration from this and create something awesome today.  Visit our blog @ http://www.newhuecomicsmangaandanime.com/

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) Presents a Free Online Class on Fashion: Enroll in Fashion as Design Today

EXHIBITION BY NIKOLINE LIV ANDERSEN AT HORSENS KUNSTMUSEUM (HORSENS MUSEUM OF MODERN ART) IN DENMARK

avant garde Fashion editorial and styling Nikoline Liv Andersen Nikoline Liv Andersen "Slowly Seeping Through My Hands" Horsens Kunstmuseum, Denmark

#PlusModelMag Current Fashion Exhibit at NYC’s Museum of Modern Art Features Iconic Plus Size Dress Form #PLUSmodelmag

Current Fashion Exhibit at NYC's Museum of Modern Art Features Iconic Plus Size Dress Form - PLUS Model Magazine

Paper Pop Art "The Souper Dress", American, 1966-67. Pop Art was a sensibility emergent in the 1950s and rampant in the 1960s. Andy Warhol (who began his career as a fashion illustrator) had been painting Campbell's soup cans since 1962. Fashion quickly embraced the spirit of Pop, playing an important role in its dissemination. The paper dresses of 1966-67 were throwaways, open to advertising and the commercial.

The Souper Dress is a screenprinted paper pop art dress that was made and sold by Campbell’s Soup Company in the late In a case of life imitates art, this dress was inspired by Andy Warhol’s 1962 artwork titled Campbell’s Soup Cans.

Tel Aviv Museum of Art. Photographer: Amit Geron

Tel Aviv Museum of Art opens its new Herta and Paul Amir Building tomorrow

Herta and Paul Amir Building at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art by Preston Scott Cohen {this picture seems so distorted & surreal!} Designed by American architect Preston Scott Cohen, the Herta and Paul.

Reform dress (tea gown?), early 1900s. Exhibition at Museum of Modern Art (MUMOK), Vienna.

Reproduction of Aesthetic Movement Tea Gown, early worn by Gustaf Klimt muse and model, Emilie Floge, Exhibition at Museum of Modern Art (MUMOK), Vienna.

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