Elsa Schiaparelli (née le 10 septembre 1890 à Rome et morte le 13 novembre 1973 (à 83 ans) à Paris, est une créatrice de moden 1 italienne, dont les activités de haute couture cessèrent en 1954. Elle est notamment l'inventrice du « Rose shocking ». En 2012, il est annoncé que la marque s'installe de nouveau à Paris au siège historique de la place Vendôme.
Exposition Exposition : « Botticelle Reimagined »
Covering 500 years of art history and including over 50 great works by Sandro Botticelli (1445-1510), making it the largest exhibition of Botticelli paintings and drawings ever held in the UK, Botticelli Reimagined opens at the V&A on 5 March. This major new exhibition explores, for the first time, the variety of ways artists and designers from the Pre-Raphaelites to the present have responded to the artistic legacy of Botticelli. Including painting, fashion, film, drawing, photography, tapestry, sculpture and print, the exhibition also features works by artists as diverse as Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Edward Burne-Jones, William Morris, René Magritte, Elsa Schiaparelli, Andy Warhol and Cindy Sherman.
Venus, 1490s by Sandro Botticelli, Gemäldegalerie Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
Preußischer... Exposition Exhibition : ASYLUM - where fashion meets art
The participating artists and fashion designers in ASYLUM have several things in common: a slightly surrealistic touch, an interest in the body, and the creation of a persona.
© A-S Dåvik
During the 1930s the photographer Hans Bellmer created gruesome tableaux and sculptures by disjointing dolls and then assembling the parts to form macabre bodies. Seventy years later the fashion designer Ann-Sofie Back created dresses out of parts of design patterns which actually did not fit together—a kind of art historical assemblage-technique, if you will.
Fitting together by sewing became Maria Miesenberger's way into the world of sculpture. Her first objects were influenced by the homemade clothes which her mother had sewn from pattern sheets bought in a textile shop. Pa...