Wednesday 11 December 2019

Pop Art Fashion

Weekend checks out a striking selection of looks inspired by Irish urban artist Maser

Marni earrings, €425, jacket, €1,140 and skirt, €910; Prada shoes, €590
Marni earrings, €425, jacket, €1,140 and skirt, €910; Prada shoes, €590
Marni earrings, €195; JW Anderson dress, €550; Céline skirt, €1,800 and bag, €2,000; Balenciaga shoes, €960
Proenza Schouler dress, €2,225; Dries Van Noten shoes, €640
Isabel Marant earrings, €195; Céline shirt, €650, and skirt, €1,580; Valentino clutch, €1,100; Prada shoes, €590
Saint Laurent shirt, €910; Lanvin star necklace, €740, chain, €460, star brooch, €645 and skirt, €1,300; Prada shoes, €870
Bairbre Power

Bairbre Power

Urban street art has influenced the top international catwalks this season, with iconic brands such as Prada, Celine and Chanel incorporating the trend into their collections.

Banksy, Dan Witz, David Choe, Judith Supine and C215 are graffiti artists with international reputations, and this week, we look to Maser, the top Irish urban artist whose colourful canvases and innovative pieces seen here are literally going on to the high street.

Regarded as one of the best artists at work in Ireland today, Maser was invited by Shelly Corkery, fashion director at Brown Thomas, to collaborate and create synergies between fashion and street art.

His canvases have gone into the window displays of Brown Thomas, on to its bags and, over the next month, there will be a series of artisan events in the stores celebrating 'Art is On'.

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