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Fantastic rockabilly circle skirt in a great retro Pop Art print. A great item for those that love vintage inspired clothing. Can be purchased on our website with our great range of swing inspired dresses, fifties style dresses and vintage style dresses.

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Captivating Pop Art Editorials

Plastic Dreams Magazine enlists top model Aline Weber and Carmelita for Eat my Melissa story captured by photographer Paulo Vainer with creative direction from Casa Darwin for their latest edition.

Posing at a Roy Lichtenstein exhibit, Jessica Stam wears Gucci dress, tights and shoes

Jessica Stam Transforms Into Pop Art for Harper's Bazaar

dirtbin designs: Pop art fashion is back xx

dirtbin designs: Pop art fashion is back xx influenced by the pop art coming out in that era in the d.

An ad for Joyrich's Betty Boop-inspired collection. [Courtesy Photo]

Joyrich Launching Betty Boop-Inspired Collection

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Love Moschino 2014 inspired look using comic strip style wording on the pants. I thought it represented a bit of pop art in late era. Pop art is known for its use of ordinary objects placed in garments, and this designer took influence from the fine arts.

Paper Pop Art "The Souper Dress", American, 1966-67. Pop Art was a sensibility emergent in the 1950s and rampant in the 1960s. Andy Warhol (who began his career as a fashion illustrator) had been painting Campbell's soup cans since 1962. Fashion quickly embraced the spirit of Pop, playing an important role in its dissemination. The paper dresses of 1966-67 were throwaways, open to advertising and the commercial.

The Souper Dress is a screenprinted paper pop art dress that was made and sold by Campbell’s Soup Company in the late In a case of life imitates art, this dress was inspired by Andy Warhol’s 1962 artwork titled Campbell’s Soup Cans.

Beth Fenton & Andrew Gallimore's vibrant pop-art inspired spread for Vogue Japan(March) has us bright-eyed for spring!

100 Luxe Vogue Japan Features

Vogue Japan, March 2013 Editorial: Playing with Color Model: Maryna Linchuk Makeup: Andrew Gallimore Stylist: Beth Fenton Photographer: Lacey

If you love yellow but are not sure how to work it into your wardrobe, try adding one signature element.

Pop Art - Warholian prints, logo mania and punchy brights provide some comic relief to bleak winters.

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