Realism- The Luncheon on the Grass Manet
For their Fall 2013 ad campaign Dior was inspired by The luncheon on the Grass. The ad creates a darker environment than Manet’s painting and strays away from realism’s depiction of “everyday people”. instead of a realistic approach Dior wanted to portray glamour. 
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Realism- The Luncheon on the Grass Manet
For their Fall 2013 ad campaign Dior was inspired by The luncheon on the Grass. The ad creates a darker environment than Manet’s painting and strays away from realism’s depiction of “everyday people”. instead of a realistic approach Dior wanted to portray glamour. 
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Realism- The Luncheon on the Grass Manet

For their Fall 2013 ad campaign Dior was inspired by The luncheon on the Grass. The ad creates a darker environment than Manet’s painting and strays away from realism’s depiction of “everyday people”. instead of a realistic approach Dior wanted to portray glamour. 

Classical Period- Nike (Victory) Adjusting Her Sandal 
They statues from the classical period had a contrapposto pose, showing the natural way the body moves. The statues also showed draped fabric that showed the bodies figure. The dress on the bottom left is by Maison Martin Margiela and uses draped clingy fabric like Nike. Lanvin also featured a dress in their Spring 2013 RTW collection with a trompe l’oeil figure of a statue similar to greek statues. 
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Classical Period- Nike (Victory) Adjusting Her Sandal 
They statues from the classical period had a contrapposto pose, showing the natural way the body moves. The statues also showed draped fabric that showed the bodies figure. The dress on the bottom left is by Maison Martin Margiela and uses draped clingy fabric like Nike. Lanvin also featured a dress in their Spring 2013 RTW collection with a trompe l’oeil figure of a statue similar to greek statues. 
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Classical Period- Nike (Victory) Adjusting Her Sandal 
They statues from the classical period had a contrapposto pose, showing the natural way the body moves. The statues also showed draped fabric that showed the bodies figure. The dress on the bottom left is by Maison Martin Margiela and uses draped clingy fabric like Nike. Lanvin also featured a dress in their Spring 2013 RTW collection with a trompe l’oeil figure of a statue similar to greek statues. 
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Classical Period- Nike (Victory) Adjusting Her Sandal 

They statues from the classical period had a contrapposto pose, showing the natural way the body moves. The statues also showed draped fabric that showed the bodies figure. The dress on the bottom left is by Maison Martin Margiela and uses draped clingy fabric like Nike. Lanvin also featured a dress in their Spring 2013 RTW collection with a trompe l’oeil figure of a statue similar to greek statues. 

Medieval Art: Scenes from Genesis in the Good Samaritan Window
Medieval stained glass windows were beautiful and intricate depictions of religious figures and stories. Today the shapes and colors inspire modern day fashion. Above are two Alexander McQueen dresses that use the same four petal shape blue and red coloring as the Good Samaritan Window, but without the religious imagery. Both dresses take inspiration and structure from the window but are depicted in a modern and wearable way. 
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Medieval Art: Scenes from Genesis in the Good Samaritan Window
Medieval stained glass windows were beautiful and intricate depictions of religious figures and stories. Today the shapes and colors inspire modern day fashion. Above are two Alexander McQueen dresses that use the same four petal shape blue and red coloring as the Good Samaritan Window, but without the religious imagery. Both dresses take inspiration and structure from the window but are depicted in a modern and wearable way. 
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Medieval Art: Scenes from Genesis in the Good Samaritan Window
Medieval stained glass windows were beautiful and intricate depictions of religious figures and stories. Today the shapes and colors inspire modern day fashion. Above are two Alexander McQueen dresses that use the same four petal shape blue and red coloring as the Good Samaritan Window, but without the religious imagery. Both dresses take inspiration and structure from the window but are depicted in a modern and wearable way. 
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Medieval Art: Scenes from Genesis in the Good Samaritan Window

Medieval stained glass windows were beautiful and intricate depictions of religious figures and stories. Today the shapes and colors inspire modern day fashion. Above are two Alexander McQueen dresses that use the same four petal shape blue and red coloring as the Good Samaritan Window, but without the religious imagery. Both dresses take inspiration and structure from the window but are depicted in a modern and wearable way. 

Roots of Renaissance- Scrovegni Chapel Frescos Giotto
Giotto’s fresco’s were created on wet plaster before they dried, resulting in the light colors. Balmain’s Fall 2012 RTW collection used these colors in their prints. Although the collection does not involved religious imagery, it uses the colors and shapes involved in the Italian Frescos. 
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Roots of Renaissance- Scrovegni Chapel Frescos Giotto
Giotto’s fresco’s were created on wet plaster before they dried, resulting in the light colors. Balmain’s Fall 2012 RTW collection used these colors in their prints. Although the collection does not involved religious imagery, it uses the colors and shapes involved in the Italian Frescos. 
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Roots of Renaissance- Scrovegni Chapel Frescos Giotto
Giotto’s fresco’s were created on wet plaster before they dried, resulting in the light colors. Balmain’s Fall 2012 RTW collection used these colors in their prints. Although the collection does not involved religious imagery, it uses the colors and shapes involved in the Italian Frescos. 
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Roots of Renaissance- Scrovegni Chapel Frescos Giotto
Giotto’s fresco’s were created on wet plaster before they dried, resulting in the light colors. Balmain’s Fall 2012 RTW collection used these colors in their prints. Although the collection does not involved religious imagery, it uses the colors and shapes involved in the Italian Frescos. 
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Roots of Renaissance- Scrovegni Chapel Frescos Giotto

Giotto’s fresco’s were created on wet plaster before they dried, resulting in the light colors. Balmain’s Fall 2012 RTW collection used these colors in their prints. Although the collection does not involved religious imagery, it uses the colors and shapes involved in the Italian Frescos. 

Northern Early Renaissance- Garden of Earthly Delights Hieronyous Bosch
Bosch’s famous work was unlike anything at the time and a great source of inspiration for designers. For Carven’s Fall 2012 collection they used sections of Garden of Earthly Delights for prints and a color palette. The collection uses the Northern Renaissance piece as inspiration but incorporates them into modern and girl silhouettes. 
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Northern Early Renaissance- Garden of Earthly Delights Hieronyous Bosch
Bosch’s famous work was unlike anything at the time and a great source of inspiration for designers. For Carven’s Fall 2012 collection they used sections of Garden of Earthly Delights for prints and a color palette. The collection uses the Northern Renaissance piece as inspiration but incorporates them into modern and girl silhouettes. 
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Northern Early Renaissance- Garden of Earthly Delights Hieronyous Bosch
Bosch’s famous work was unlike anything at the time and a great source of inspiration for designers. For Carven’s Fall 2012 collection they used sections of Garden of Earthly Delights for prints and a color palette. The collection uses the Northern Renaissance piece as inspiration but incorporates them into modern and girl silhouettes. 
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Northern Early Renaissance- Garden of Earthly Delights Hieronyous Bosch
Bosch’s famous work was unlike anything at the time and a great source of inspiration for designers. For Carven’s Fall 2012 collection they used sections of Garden of Earthly Delights for prints and a color palette. The collection uses the Northern Renaissance piece as inspiration but incorporates them into modern and girl silhouettes. 
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Northern Early Renaissance- Garden of Earthly Delights Hieronyous Bosch

Bosch’s famous work was unlike anything at the time and a great source of inspiration for designers. For Carven’s Fall 2012 collection they used sections of Garden of Earthly Delights for prints and a color palette. The collection uses the Northern Renaissance piece as inspiration but incorporates them into modern and girl silhouettes. 

Impressionism- The Rehearsal of the Ballet on Stage Degas
Degas’ iconic ballet paintings inspired a photoshoot for Juilianne Moore where they used a subdued color palette and a ruffled dress to emulate the texture and painterly quality of the impressionist painting. Christian Siriano’s Spring 2013 RTW collection created ballet-like dresses white embellishments that look like brush strokes and keeps in the impressionist pastel color palatte. 
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Impressionism- The Rehearsal of the Ballet on Stage Degas
Degas’ iconic ballet paintings inspired a photoshoot for Juilianne Moore where they used a subdued color palette and a ruffled dress to emulate the texture and painterly quality of the impressionist painting. Christian Siriano’s Spring 2013 RTW collection created ballet-like dresses white embellishments that look like brush strokes and keeps in the impressionist pastel color palatte. 
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Impressionism- The Rehearsal of the Ballet on Stage Degas
Degas’ iconic ballet paintings inspired a photoshoot for Juilianne Moore where they used a subdued color palette and a ruffled dress to emulate the texture and painterly quality of the impressionist painting. Christian Siriano’s Spring 2013 RTW collection created ballet-like dresses white embellishments that look like brush strokes and keeps in the impressionist pastel color palatte. 
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Impressionism- The Rehearsal of the Ballet on Stage Degas

Degas’ iconic ballet paintings inspired a photoshoot for Juilianne Moore where they used a subdued color palette and a ruffled dress to emulate the texture and painterly quality of the impressionist painting. Christian Siriano’s Spring 2013 RTW collection created ballet-like dresses white embellishments that look like brush strokes and keeps in the impressionist pastel color palatte. 

Post Impressionism- The Starry night Vincent Van Gogh
One of the most famous paintings in the world is The Starry Night, and it has inspired countless artists and fashion designers. The Rodarte sisters’ Spring 2012 collection used Van Gogh’s famous works to create an array of dresses and gowns. The fabrics and structures they used for the dresses play off of the impasto technique Van Gogh used to create the paintings. 
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Post Impressionism- The Starry night Vincent Van Gogh
One of the most famous paintings in the world is The Starry Night, and it has inspired countless artists and fashion designers. The Rodarte sisters’ Spring 2012 collection used Van Gogh’s famous works to create an array of dresses and gowns. The fabrics and structures they used for the dresses play off of the impasto technique Van Gogh used to create the paintings. 
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Post Impressionism- The Starry night Vincent Van Gogh
One of the most famous paintings in the world is The Starry Night, and it has inspired countless artists and fashion designers. The Rodarte sisters’ Spring 2012 collection used Van Gogh’s famous works to create an array of dresses and gowns. The fabrics and structures they used for the dresses play off of the impasto technique Van Gogh used to create the paintings. 
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Post Impressionism- The Starry night Vincent Van Gogh
One of the most famous paintings in the world is The Starry Night, and it has inspired countless artists and fashion designers. The Rodarte sisters’ Spring 2012 collection used Van Gogh’s famous works to create an array of dresses and gowns. The fabrics and structures they used for the dresses play off of the impasto technique Van Gogh used to create the paintings. 
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Post Impressionism- The Starry night Vincent Van Gogh

One of the most famous paintings in the world is The Starry Night, and it has inspired countless artists and fashion designers. The Rodarte sisters’ Spring 2012 collection used Van Gogh’s famous works to create an array of dresses and gowns. The fabrics and structures they used for the dresses play off of the impasto technique Van Gogh used to create the paintings. 

Dada- Fountain by Marcel Duchamp
The Rodnick Band clothing company created this dress as an ode to Duchamps’s Fountain. The Dada movement was about a lack of reason and not taking things seriously. This dress is also pushes conventional fashion by creating and item that’s not wearable and a bit ridiculous. 
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Dada- Fountain by Marcel Duchamp
The Rodnick Band clothing company created this dress as an ode to Duchamps’s Fountain. The Dada movement was about a lack of reason and not taking things seriously. This dress is also pushes conventional fashion by creating and item that’s not wearable and a bit ridiculous. 
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Dada- Fountain by Marcel Duchamp

The Rodnick Band clothing company created this dress as an ode to Duchamps’s Fountain. The Dada movement was about a lack of reason and not taking things seriously. This dress is also pushes conventional fashion by creating and item that’s not wearable and a bit ridiculous. 

Pop Art: Oh Jeff, I Love You Too….But Roy Lichtenstein
Pop art uses images from popular culture, so it’s no surprise that it still inspires products and displays today. Lisa Perry uses Lichtenstein’s images on 60’s inspired dresses and Barney’s used the Lichtenstein beach ball image for their window merchandising. For halloween in 2012 I decided to create a “Lichtenstein girl” costume using bright primary colors and the “comic book” style dots and black outlines on my face.  
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Pop Art: Oh Jeff, I Love You Too….But Roy Lichtenstein
Pop art uses images from popular culture, so it’s no surprise that it still inspires products and displays today. Lisa Perry uses Lichtenstein’s images on 60’s inspired dresses and Barney’s used the Lichtenstein beach ball image for their window merchandising. For halloween in 2012 I decided to create a “Lichtenstein girl” costume using bright primary colors and the “comic book” style dots and black outlines on my face.  
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Pop Art: Oh Jeff, I Love You Too….But Roy Lichtenstein
Pop art uses images from popular culture, so it’s no surprise that it still inspires products and displays today. Lisa Perry uses Lichtenstein’s images on 60’s inspired dresses and Barney’s used the Lichtenstein beach ball image for their window merchandising. For halloween in 2012 I decided to create a “Lichtenstein girl” costume using bright primary colors and the “comic book” style dots and black outlines on my face.  
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Pop Art: Oh Jeff, I Love You Too….But Roy Lichtenstein
Pop art uses images from popular culture, so it’s no surprise that it still inspires products and displays today. Lisa Perry uses Lichtenstein’s images on 60’s inspired dresses and Barney’s used the Lichtenstein beach ball image for their window merchandising. For halloween in 2012 I decided to create a “Lichtenstein girl” costume using bright primary colors and the “comic book” style dots and black outlines on my face.  
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Pop Art: Oh Jeff, I Love You Too….But Roy Lichtenstein

Pop art uses images from popular culture, so it’s no surprise that it still inspires products and displays today. Lisa Perry uses Lichtenstein’s images on 60’s inspired dresses and Barney’s used the Lichtenstein beach ball image for their window merchandising. For halloween in 2012 I decided to create a “Lichtenstein girl” costume using bright primary colors and the “comic book” style dots and black outlines on my face.  

Surrealism- The Persistence of Memory Dali; Golconda and Decalcomania Magritte
Dali’s melting imagery from The Persistence of Memory has inspired this image of a Maison Martin Margiela piece. The photograph is fluid, dreamlike and strange. I also found images directly emulating Magritte’s surrealist work. These images are used to create and interesting feminine versions of the work and showcase simple clothing items. 
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Surrealism- The Persistence of Memory Dali; Golconda and Decalcomania Magritte
Dali’s melting imagery from The Persistence of Memory has inspired this image of a Maison Martin Margiela piece. The photograph is fluid, dreamlike and strange. I also found images directly emulating Magritte’s surrealist work. These images are used to create and interesting feminine versions of the work and showcase simple clothing items. 
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Surrealism- The Persistence of Memory Dali; Golconda and Decalcomania Magritte
Dali’s melting imagery from The Persistence of Memory has inspired this image of a Maison Martin Margiela piece. The photograph is fluid, dreamlike and strange. I also found images directly emulating Magritte’s surrealist work. These images are used to create and interesting feminine versions of the work and showcase simple clothing items. 
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Surrealism- The Persistence of Memory Dali; Golconda and Decalcomania Magritte

Dali’s melting imagery from The Persistence of Memory has inspired this image of a Maison Martin Margiela piece. The photograph is fluid, dreamlike and strange. 
I also found images directly emulating Magritte’s surrealist work. These images are used to create and interesting feminine versions of the work and showcase simple clothing items.