Articles tagged with fashion
The festive season brings with it a significant wardrobe change. Woolly Christmas jumpers appear at the office party. Or, perhaps you prefer a wintery onesie or Santa-patterned socks? Looking back through art history, it’s clear that it has always been the season to make an effort. And these characters have out-dressed us all.
Our Rise Art Prize People's Choice competition is hosted by Oliver Proudlock, art lover and fashionista. We find out more about Ollie's artistic inclinations.
Alex Stedman describes herself as a fashion editor, blogger and realist. Living in the big city is expensive. Sometimes impossibly so. But being frugal doesn't mean you have to compromise on style.
Journalist, art lover, writer and Rise Art insider Fiona McKenzie Johnston as this week’s guest curator. Get a sneak-peek at her beautiful home with its steadily growing art collection and see her top Rise Art picks.
We're very excited to introduce Cordelia Noe as this week's guest curator. Cordelia has spent nearly a decade working alongside artists, art collectors, art fairs, publications and exhibitions internationally. She shared with us some snippets of her life as an art and style expert, and a wish list of Rise Art picks.
It’s possibly one of the most underrated love affairs of all time. Throughout history, fashion and art have collided and combined with exceptional results; and this dynamic relationship has never been more prevalent than at London Fashion Week.
Rise Art Head Curator Rebecca Gordon describes the work of Bridget Davies as filled with spontaneity, elegance, sensuality, beauty, and texture... Read on for our Q&A with the artist herself!
We quiz the up and coming print maker, Rosie Emerson.
Rosie Emerson is a woman with a love for the beautiful. Through the use of photography, screen printing, hand-painting, and gold-leafing she delivers the different facades of women. Whether they be femme fatales or celestial beings what she primarily focuses on is bringing out that alluring innate nature of a woman. Here we get a rare close encounter on what goes on in the mind and process behind her limited edition "Shrine" print series.
Hormazd Narielwalla is a collage maker working with tailoring patterns as raw source materials. His practice began in the workrooms of Savile Row tailors Dege & Skinner when he discovered they would discard sets of bespoke suit patterns upon death of their customers. They had no use without the individual body. This prompted him to produce an artist book Dead Man’s Patterns (2008) which, was acquired by the British Library, National Art Library and the Fashion Institute of Technology.