Fashion And Art Collaborations You Should Not Miss Out This Year

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Source : Palais Galleria

We all know that fashion has a longstanding love affair with art. Through history, fashion designers are often inspired by art. For example Yves Saint Laurent who was inspired by Mondrian, Schiaparelli’s collaboration with Dali and Madame Vionnet’s dresses which often showed Greek sculptures reference. Today, art and fashion are still linked closely to each other and let’s have a look at some of the best partnerships of art and fashion in 2019.

Manolo Blahnik at the Wallace Collection : An Enquiring Mind

In June 2019 , the Wallace Collection and Manolo Blahník will present An Enquiring Mind: Manolo Blahník at the Wallace Collection. A selection of shoes design from Blahnik’s private archive is featured in the Wallace collection. The exhibition will run until September 1, and has been co-curated by Wallace Collection director, Dr Xavier Bray, and Blahnik himself. Check out the official page of Wallace Collection for more details.

Source : Louis Vuitton

Source : Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton X : Collaboration Exhibition at Los Angeles

Louis Vuitton is celebrating 160 years of creative exchanges and artist collaborations with a temporary retrospective detailing the maison’s history. Visitors get to see the displays of 180 items from its archives, remarkable special-order trunks, art deco perfume bottles and iconic monogram bags reworked by renowned artists and designers such as Karl Lagerfeld, Rei Kawakubo, Cindy Sherman, and Frank Gehry. The exhibition opens to the public on June 28th through September 15th, 2019 at the iconic 468 North Rodeo Drive building in Beverly Hills, California.

Source : Loewe

Source : Loewe

Loewe PhotoEspana at Madrid

Loewe has participated for the 9th time in the annual photography festival PhotoEspana which takes place in the home of Loewe- Madrid. This year French artist, Herve Guibert takes the spotlight for the annual event. He is known for using his art to raise awareness on pressing ethical issues concerning freedom and justice. The Hervé Guibert exhibition, curated by Maria Millán, is the third in a series of shows staged by Loewe looking at artists’ personal journey in search of gender, identity and sexuality and it is held in Loewe’s Madrid flagship store until the 30th of August.