Famous Paintings And Shoes

charlotte olympia shoes by Boyarde MessengerDesigner Charlotte Olympia re-interprets her Dolly shoe by taking inspiration from the great painters of the Twentieth century for Neiman Marcus and Art Basel Miami. Charlotte Olympia hired British artist, photography and body art painter Boyarde Messenger to reinterpret the works of Pablo Picasso, Howard Hodgkin, Vincent Van Gogh, Jackson Pollock, Roy Lichtenstein and Piet Mondrian on her signature Dolly Pumps. Boyarde hand-painted 100 pairs for the Neiman Marcus Charlotte Olympia project.

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If you wanna see the artist at work check her here http://boyardelovesart.wordpress.com/

 

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19 comments

  1. It’s a wonderful idea and I really like the shoes. From a business standpoint she doesn’t have to pay those artists any royalties. There are plenty of amazing contemporary artists she could employ to design similarly colorful and unique shoes and support the arts in the here and now.

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  3. Just Jess Fashion Blog

    These are simply stunning!!! I want! And I love the hidden platform! Those always give my heels a level of comfort

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