Art as Fashion, Fashion as Art
April 18, 2019
Art and Fashion are almost always synonymous with one another. With the Whitney as the HQ for Swing Into Spring, we couldn’t help but notice a correlation from the permanent collection to the latest pieces in fashion this year.
Georgia O’Keefe, It was Blue and Green – 1960.
Lilla P channels O’Keefe in this shift dress that has us dreaming of the beach. Pro tip: Lilla P is offering 30% off for Swing Into Spring.
Andy Warhol, Flowers – 1970
Warhol and DVF are both masters of bright colors and patterns and with this Phaedra mini skirt you can channel both. Pro tip: DVF is offering 25% off for Swing Into Spring.
Thomas Hart Benton, Poker Night (from a StreetCar Named Desire) – 1948
Whether it’s poker night or a night out on the town, this pleated satin dress from Vince is sure to wow.
Rapahel Soyer, Office Girls – 1936
Clearly, the blazer will forever be in style and Theory does it the best with this season’s latest workwear.
Miriam Schapiro, Jigsaw – 1969
Color blocking at it’s finest. Alice + Olivia’s Delora dress puts all the pieces of the puzzle together.
Stop by the Whitney Museum on the night of Swing Into Spring to see the art in the permanent collection for yourself (admission required) and shop all the brands mentioned above at up to 30% off.