McQueen x Hirst: Bitten by the Bug

Yes, I know! Fashion-art collaborations are so commonplace right now that I'm hard pressed to think of a brand, high or low, that hasn't employed the services of an artist to produce limited edition collections. British artist Damien Hirst, enfant terrible of the YBA dominated Brit art scene of the '90s, has done particularly well…

Isabella Blow: Fashion Galore!

Style icon, image maker, muse, and patron of fashion and art, the inimitable late, great Isabella Blow has left an indelible mark on the world of fashion. In life, her name became synonymous with out-there couture hats, and increasingly provocative fashion spreads and collaborations that established her as an unconventional and legendary figure within the…

Art and Fashion in the 21st Century

The intersection between art and fashion, although not all that new, looks to be a growing trend that isn't subsiding anytime soon. Earlier this month, Damien Hirst and Miuccia Prada unveiled their Doha desert pop-up juice bar, decked out as a chemist in a reinterpretation of the artist’s late 1990s ‘Pharmacy Restaurant' (it was accompanied…

Roland With The Times

Since 2006 Roland Mouret redefined the dress with the sell-out Galaxy and Moon dresses and made a feminine, curvy figure desirable once more. Victoria Beckham was such a fan that, well, frankly the similarity of her first collection to Mouret's didn't go unremarked. He's dressed Rachel Weisz, Scarlett Johansson, Kate Middleton, and Dita von Teese.…