Style Inspiration: Andy Warhol

Style Inspiration: Andy Warhol’s Pop Art-Inspired Fashion

Andy Warhol Self-Portrait, 1978 The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh.

Andy Warhol Self-Portrait, 1978 The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh.

Andy Warhol represented a revolution in art with his pop-art creations, poking fun and making light of America’s consumerism & celebrity obsessed culture.

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He passed away in 1987 at age 58, but in honor of the anniversary of his birth on August 6, Warhol is the inspiration for today’s style inspiration.

Warhol on the famous red couch in the silver-lined Factory, 1967

Warhol on the famous red couch in the silver-lined Factory, 1967

“In the future, everyone will be famous for 15 minutes.” “In 15 minutes, everybody will be famous.” “In the future, fifteen people will be famous.”

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SHOE PORN THURSDAY: Chrissie Morris

Eye motifs have been trending everywhere in fashion as of lately.  From patterns to bold eye-shaped hardware, it’s all in the eyes.  Kenzo nailed it with their eye-patterned tops, scarves, and, well, everything, and Delfina Delettrez has some amazing jewelry starring diamond-encrusted eye motifs this season.

These Eye Pumps by Chrissie Morris are right on trend, and the neutral cream color complements the funky evil eye perfectly.  These pop-art inspired pumps are balanced by the ladylike closed toe and thin 4.5 inch heel.

Chrissie Morris Eye Pumps, $985

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What do you think of these unique pumps?  What would you wear them with?