Moda e arte estão intimamente ligadas. Cores, textura e os símbolos vistos em obras de arte desde a antiguidade até hoje, sempre serviram de inspiração para a criação de vestuário e acessórios. A conta no Instagram Art History Fashion destaca estas ligações comparando lado a lado a roupa e seu material de origem (intencional ou não).

A quantidade de inspiração no design de moda tirado de anos, décadas e séculos passados é impressionante e mostra como a moda moderna remixa claramente a história da arte da mesma forma que faz com a natureza. Algumas peças, como a  pintura de 1838 de Charles Robert Leslie que retrata a rainha Vitória em sua coroação pareceu inspirar o vestido amarelo que Rihanna usou no Met Gala 2015. Outra mostra uma imagem antiga do deus Anubis do templo Deir el-Medina no Egito com uma máscara e vestido de alta costura da Christian Dior de 2004. Outras comparações são mais sutis, mas ainda transmitem a essência da sua origem.

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"Donna al caffè" by Antonio Donghi (1931) vs Ulyana Sergeenko Fall-Winter Demi-Couture collection (2017)

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Anubis, from the Ptolemaic temple of Deir el-Medina (3rd century BC) vs Christian Dior Spring/Summer couture collection (2004)

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"The Two Fridas" by Frida Kahlo (1939) vs "Virgos" by Anthony Maule for CR Fashion Book No.3 (2013)

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"The Annunciation" by Simon Bening (~1525-1530) vs "Immaculée No. 3" by John Paul Gaultier, photographed by Miles Aldridge (2007)

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"The Birth of Venus" by Sandro Botticelli (~1486) vs De Beers campaign, featuring Lily Cole (2005)

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"Blue Dancer (Ballerina blu)" by Gino Severini (1912) vs Eva Green in the "Midnight Poison" Christian Dior commercial (2007)

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"Grand Gala" by Jean Gabriel Domergue (20th century) vs Jessica Hart x Pencey Standard Fall collection (2012)

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"Portrait of Johanna Staude (unfinished)" by Gustav Klimt (1917-1918) vs L'Wren Scott "Allegory of Love" collection (2013)

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"Face-Off" by Kevin Francis Gray (2007) vs Haider Ackermann in Vogue India (2012)

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Mosaic of Empress Theodora at the Church of San Vitale (547) vs Dolce & Gabbana Fall Ready to Wear (2013) 👑

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