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Into the Inspiration

Into the Fashion is one of the most inspiring sites I’ve seen  in a long time (don’t ask why it took me so long to discover it – thanks to LuxuryShoppers for the introduction) which compares collections, editorial shoots or ad campaings with previous ones or the ones that belong to other designers, photographs, paintings and artworks – to discover the source of inspiration from which they derived. I don’t know what kind of memory or eye it takes to create all these so I can just salute the owner and show my appreciation by sharing my favourite ones.

Nicole De La Merge by John French in 1960 – Versus F/W 12-13

Amba Molly – Céline F/W 11-12

Andy Warhol 1964 – Diane Von Furstenberg S/S 2012

Arnold Scaasi 1967 – Jaeger London S/S 2012

Balenciaga AD S/S 2010 – Pringle of Scotland AD S/S 2012

Bergdorf Goodman 1963 – JPG F/W 2011-12

Bruce Davidson 1966 – Prada F/W 2011-12

Christobal Balenciaga 1963 – Balenciaga F/W 2006-7

Dante Gabriel Rossetti 1877 – Lana Del Rey

Elsa Schiaparelli’s Eyebrow Hat 1949 – Prada’s Eyebrow Glasses F/W 2010-11

Frida Kahlo Coyoacan 1926 by Guillermo Kahlo – Givenchy F/W 2011-12

Geoffrey Beene 1991 – Stella McCartney F/W 2011-12

VOGUE 1968 – Harper’s Bazaar 2009

Vogue Paris Guy Bourdin 1969 – Tom Ford 2011

JC De Castelbajac F/W 1986-87 – Castelbajac S/S 2011

Jean Shrimpton by Irving Penn 1966 – i-D Magazine 2011

John Currin 1997 – Harper’s Bazaar May 2008

Kim Joon – Vera Wang S/S 2011

Lucio Fontana – Alexander Wang F/W 2011-12

Max Ernst 1940 –  Giles S/S 2012

Pierre Cardin 1969 – D&G F/W 2006-07

Rudi Gernreich 1972 – Antonio Berardi F/W 2011-12

Vogue Paris 1968 by Henry Clarke – Charly Stember F/W 2011-12

Vogue UK 1965 – Marni S/S 2012

Vogue UK 1966 – Prada F/W 2011-12

Yayoi Kusama 2009 – David Koma F/W 2011-12

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Domus Academy MA Fashion Management graduate. Living in Montréal, Quebec. Fashion marketing and PR specialist. Photography & illustration & fine arts enthusiast. Shopaholic, vintage freak, cookie monster.

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