SS ’14: Art is in the Air

Following on from my last post, below are a few Spring Summer 2014 campaigns influenced by brush stroke and graphics. From Kenzo’s surreal pop art campaign featuring Devon Aoki, to Christian Louboutin’s literal works of art by artist Peter Lipmann, to Dolce and Gabanna’s map-print boxer-clad statuesque men, the different takes on this trend are as diverse as the genres of art movements that they were influenced by.

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Kenzo SS’14 campaign

 

 

 

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Lane Crawford Spring 2014 campaign

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Dolce & Gabbana SS’14 menswear campaign

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Christian Louboutin SS ’14 campaign

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Christian Louboutin SS ’14 campaign

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Prada SS’14 campaign

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Celine SS’14 campaign

Trend ’14 :: The Great Graf

From graffiti to graphics, the fashion and art world are full of colourful collaborations in 2014. From Hence grafitti art inspiration on Patternbank to Seoul streetwear designer Kathleen Kye’s sizzling streetwear designs, exciting graf tags and spraypaint textures are back on the map whilst putting a street style twist on statement slogans. For the pop art lovers, Prada focuses on pop art paneling and stencilled faces while Celine brings back the classic brushstroke print. Exciting, current and cutting edge; take high street to the next level.

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Clockwise: Designer Kathleen Kye, KYE SS’14 by Kathleen Kye, Celine SS’14, Moschino FW’13, graffiti by Hence, Prada SS’14.