Diana of Miss Moss has taken her wonderful series of comparing street style photos to classic paintings to another level by merging the two into one. She’s layered the works of Renoir, Korovin, and Latour with photos from the likes of The Sartorialist and Stockholm Street Style. We can’t wait to see more!
This is so amazing! What a great idea! xo
love these! miss moss is the best.
These are amazing!
lovely looks, amazing colors:)
I love Miss Moss! Glad you guys have picked up on her amazing talents
what a great idea! the first one looks like it was made like that!
I love Miss Moss’s blog, she has impeccable taste.
I’m totally conviced that fashion is just a really personal way of art. I really love combining art and fashion. It’s just a way to represent that styling is a way to express yourself and your personality. On the ones hand it seems to be fabulous and imaginative but it totally emphazises those individual styles in a unique way. Great inspiration. Maybe you will like my kind of art, too:
Very cool idea!
I like the pops of bright colors. That lego necklace is also heaps cool!
This is so beautiful I love it, what a great idea!
i really like this great idea!
I love this what a great idea!
Love discovering new blog (new to me) from your site. I went to Miss Moss and have instantly become a huge fan! Thanks!!
The last one is crazy. She almost looks Luke the Chinese guy who paints himself into the background.
amazing color and love being introduced to other street style blogs!
These are so beautiful! I love that you can’t tell she superimposed the street style photograph over the artwork.
Such a great idea.
AMazing! I LOVE it! Best of both worlds combined! The street-style/artwork backgrounds are amazingly done too.
Thanks for this dose of Friday inspiration! It makes total sense to compare paintings to fashion–that’s how I see my clothes. Style is about mixing different colors, textures, patterns and playing with proportions to express oneself! These images are amazing.
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i loooove ur blog! following x
OMG SO COOL. i wander how you would do that??