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Knitted Wearable Art

Wearable art

When arts and fashion collide

Dior x

Kenny Scharf

Kenny Scharf is a Los Angeles-based artist and recognized by his fantastical murals, paintings, sculptures and art installations. Colorful, cartoonish faces and imagined creatures populate his signature pieces, many of his larger works still adorn New York streets to this day. For designer Kim Jone’s Prefall Men’s 2021 artist collaboration, Kenny Scharf from the contemporary arts scene, takes high fashion by storm with his work splashed across tops, trousers, bags, and more.

Image Credit: Kenny Scharf

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Sacai x KAWS launched the vibrant capsule collection for Autumn Winter 2021. The combination of the two creative forces features Multi-color and Camouflage, iconic color pattern created by KAWS for both men’s and women’s wear as well as for unisex items such as knitwear and hoodies. It’s made as WearableArt that sets a perfect balance between both Sacai’s style with KAWS street aesthetic.

Photo Credit: Sacai

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Alexander McQueen X

Damien Hirst

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the brand’s iconic skull print scarf that has long been the signature item in Alexander McQueen’s fashion house accessory range. The brand enlisted controversial art market star Damien Hirst for a collaboration, bringing out-of-this-world designs inspired by his Entomology series of paintings. The limited-edition collection consists of designs with butterflies and insects forming colorful kaleidoscopic patterns to create Alexander MxQueen’s skull motif.

Image Credit: Alexander McQueen

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Viktor & Rolf

Fashion artists Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren made their viewpoint with the reveal of their Haute Couture Autumn/ Winter 2015 collection, reaffirming that fashion does qualify as art. Art is not only what you may traditionally consider those that hang on a wall, because it may also clothe a body. The house of Viktor&Rolf used both fashion and art as their means of expression presenting a collection of WearableArt. They demonstrated the before and after of their fashion folly—how the integration of hinged frames on coats, dresses, and capes could transform the designs from outfits into artworks, from portrait collars to abstracted portraits.

Photo Credit: Viktor&Rolf

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