The makeup that Lucia Pieroni has created for the Emanuel Ungaro by Fausto Puglisi Spring/Summer 2015 Show was inspired by Andy Warhol’s « Interview » magazine.
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Other Campbell’s Tomato Soup-inspired items : Andy Warhol (Andy Warhol printed a « Campbell’s Tomato Soup can » motif on a cotton T-shirt, for an exhibition at Colorado State University, in 1980, and produced T-shirts with silkscreened « Campbell’s Tomato Soup can » patterns, which are archived at The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts), Jean-Charles de Castelbajac Spring/Summer 1984 (Campbell’s Tomato Soup cans influenced one silk organza dress, painted by Eliakim, in the « Homage to Andy Warhol » finale of this show).
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The « Silver Swan »-themed Giles Spring/Summer 2012 Show was influenced by Cecil Beaton’s photographs of « society swans », by his 1925 portrait of his sister Baba, titled « A Symphony in Silver », and by Andy Warhol’s « Silver Clouds ».
Other Cecil Beaton-inspired collections : Acne Studios Spring/Summer 2013 (for this capsule collection, Jonny Johansson revisited a « Vogue » cover through Cecil Beaton’s lens), Burberry Prorsum by Christopher Bailey Spring/Summer 2007 (this show paid homage to Cecil Beaton’s seductive and strong early ’20s portraits), Dior by John Galliano Couture Autumn/Winter 2005-2006 (the « debutante » section of this collection was influenced by Cecil Beaton and Princess Margaret), Erin Fetherston Resort 2009 (the groupings of girls in pastel evening looks were based on Cecil Beaton’s photographs), Nina Ricci by Peter Copping Autumn/Winter 2011-2012 (Cecil Beaton’s portraits of debutantes in Charles James’ dresses were pinned on the mood board of this show), Roberto Cavalli by Daniele Cavalli Spring/Summer 2013 Menswear (this collection exuded a new glam by referencing the old glamour of Cecil Beaton’s photographic œuvre), Thakoon Spring/Summer 2005 (Cecil Beaton’s 1948 shot of Charles James’ evening gowns, for « Vogue », was the starting point of this show), Zac Posen Resort 2011 (to describe this collection, Zac Posen told STYLE.com that it was « Cecil Beaton meets Cicciolina »).
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Other Edie Sedgwick-inspired collections : Andy Warhol Collection by Pepe Jeans® Autumn/Winter 2008-2009 (this collection, in collaboration with the Andy Warhol Foundation, featured the « Factory » and « Pop » lines, which partly took inspiration from Edie Sedgwick), Chanel by Karl Lagerfeld Spring/Summer 2007 (slightly), Dior by John Galliano Autumn/Winter 2005-2006 (the black and white-striped minidresses were based on Edie Sedgwick), Dior by John Galliano Couture Spring/Summer 2005 (the theme of this collection was « Edie Sedgwick meets the Empress Josephine »), Fendi by Karl Lagerfeld Spring/Summer 2007 (Edie Sedgwick’s style influenced this collection), NARS Andy Warhol Collection (this makeup collection, launched on October 1, 2012, features one « Edie Sedgwick » set which includes an image of Edie Sedgwick’s original screen tests), Rupert Sanderson Autumn/Winter 2005-2006 (to describe some of the ’70s-inspired shoes he designed, Rupert Sanderson told « British Vogue » that Edie Sedgwick could have worn them to « storm out on Andy Warhol »).
Furthermore, Edie Sedgwick was Betsey Johnson’s muse.
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Other Campbell’s Soup-inspired items : Andy Warhol (Andy Warhol printed a « Campbell’s Soup Can » motif on a cotton T-shirt, for an exhibition at Colorado State University, in 1980, and produced T-shirts with silkscreened « Campbell’s Soup Can » motifs, which are archived at The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, and which are photographed on page 13 of « The Warhol Look : Glamour, Style, Fashion » catalogue, published by The Andy Warhol Museum and Bulfinch Press, Little Brown and Company, in 1998, to coincide with the eponymous exhibition, presented at New York’s Whitney Museum of American Art, from November 8, 1997 until January 18, 1998, and Pittsburgh’s Andy Warhol Museum, from August 4 until October 3, 1999 ; furthermore, an anonymous paper and cellulose dress with a « Campbell’s Soup can » motif, named « The Souper Dress », made circa 1968, is also archived at Andy Warhol Museum, and photographed on page 6 of the same catalogue).
Photo : Courtesy of Jean-Charles de Castelbajac