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When Art and Fashion Collide

 The Fall 2015 runway season debuted countless beautiful handbags that strayed far from the safe and ordinary. Experimental shapes, sizes, textures and colors were seen everywhere. From the hip and alternative Kenzo show to the more classic and refined Fendi collection, designers were fearless in innovative designs and experimental techniques. Many art pieces from our gallery show attributes from the Fall 2015 takeaways. Rest assured that our artists definitely don’t follow or constrict themselves to fashion trends – but it is interesting to draw parallels between the two different art forms.

Kenzo Fall 2015Kenzo fall 2015

 Summer Drips by Emily Brown; mixed media on canvas 30 x 20; $1100


 Chloe Fall 2015

Chloe fall 2015

I Dream of Venice by Alicia Leeke; acrylic on paper – framed 11 x 11 $125


 Fendi Fall 2015

Fendi Fall 2015

Vaporized by Mike Ryon; oil on canvas, framed 36 x 36; $3400

vaporizedProenza Schouler Fall 2015

Proenza Schouler fall 2015

Red Tide II & III by Stephen Elliott Webb; 40 x 30 mixed media on canvas, framed $3400 each


 Chanel Fall 2015

Chanel fall 2015

Foxfire- Tom Potockiacrylic on canvas 40 x 48; $2400


Loewe Fall 2015Loewe fall 2015

Unique Opportunity by Jamie Blackburn; 16 x 16 acrylic on canvas $385


 Alexander McQueen Fall 2015

Alexander McQueen fall 2015

 Quietude II  by Susan Colwell; oil on canvas 36 x 24 $2800

quietude II 36x24


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