Tracey Emin

19 Oct

The Victoria Beckham Autumn/Winter 2012-2013 Collection takes inspiration from Tracey Emin.

Some Tracey Emin’s collaborations : Banjo & Matilda (2 cashmere cardigans, made in collaboration with Tracey Emin, which featured the « Peace of Mind » or « She Went Out Like a 40 Watt Bulb » slogan, referencing Tracey Emin’s artworks, were launched on July 6, 2012), Longchamp Autumn/Winter 2004-2005 (bags line, decorated by Tracey Emin, with cockades, embroideries and ribbons), Louis Vuitton (the Maison Louis Vuitton, on Bond Street, in London, showcased an exhibition dedicated to Tracey Emin, from May to late summer 2011, to launch its Louis Vuitton Young Arts Project, with some items specially created by Tracey Emin, including 50 hand-stitched and hand-rolled silk scarves, numbered and signed by the artist), Selfridges (Tracey Emin opened a pop-up shop in Selfridges, in London, from June to July 2011, which spotlighted her artwork, her selection of items from the store floor, and exclusive pieces she made, including prints ; moreover, Tracey Emin decorated some Selfridges’ windows with her giant pictures and some neon works), Vivienne Westwood (in 2008, Vivienne Westwood photographed Tracey Emin for her book, « Vivienne Westwood Opus », which compiled giant Polaroids).

Photo : Imaxtree




Posted by on October 19, 2012 in Art


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2 responses to “Tracey Emin

  1. Elton Chambers

    October 19, 2012 at 3:16 pm

    je vais maintenant suivre attentivement ce site !

  2. Fashion Mayann

    October 22, 2012 at 7:20 am

    Merci ! Your comment gives me “Peace of Mind” …


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