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Frida Kahlo: Fashion as the art of being

 

Tracking Frida Kahlo’s influence, tremendous Mexican painter and fashion icon ahead of her time, this publication mixes paintings and portraits of the artist, fashion stories, and images from fashion shows inspired by her incomparable style.

Frida Kahlo: Fashion as the art of being's cover, Assouline editions.

Frida y la vida by Corinne Dalle Ore.

 

Frida Kahlo: Fashion as the art of being, Assouline editions.

 

Available on www.assouline.com,

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Naomi Campbell by Peter Lindbergh and Babeth Djian
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Naomi Campbell by Peter Lindbergh and Babeth Djian

Fashion Discover Naomi Campell in the new exclusive fashion story “Naomi” by Peter Lindberg and Babeth Djian. Discover Naomi Campell in the new exclusive fashion story “Naomi” by Peter Lindberg and Babeth Djian.

Who are the winners of the LVMH 2018 prize?
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Who are the winners of the LVMH 2018 prize?

Fashion On Wednesday June 6th at the Louis Vuitton Foundation, the 5th LVMH Prize for Young Fashion Designers awarded the grand prize to Doublet, a label run by Masayuki Ino, and a special prize to the Rokh label, led Rok Hwang. A portrait of two names you need to follow. On Wednesday June 6th at the Louis Vuitton Foundation, the 5th LVMH Prize for Young Fashion Designers awarded the grand prize to Doublet, a label run by Masayuki Ino, and a special prize to the Rokh label, led Rok Hwang. A portrait of two names you need to follow.

The exclusive fashion story of Miles Aldridge and Harland Miller for Numéro art
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The exclusive fashion story of Miles Aldridge and Harland Miller for Numéro art

Photography To end the year on a high note, Numéro Art invited the renowed photographer Miles Alridge to reinterpret the work of artist Harland Miller. Then young phenomenon, who is close to Tracey Emin and Jarvis Cocker, became famous in the noughties for his large-format paintings inspired by paperback covers, an oeuvre of powerful, corrsive irony. To end the year on a high note, Numéro Art invited the renowed photographer Miles Alridge to reinterpret the work of artist Harland Miller. Then young phenomenon, who is close to Tracey Emin and Jarvis Cocker, became famous in the noughties for his large-format paintings inspired by paperback covers, an oeuvre of powerful, corrsive irony.