Surprising encounters in fashion

Collaboration in 2008 (read)

Louis Vuitton and Comme Des Garcons.

As the world’s oldest Parisian fashion house, Lanvin is delighted to be collaborating with the Rubel Family Collection in its support of young artists. Since his tenure, Artistic Director Alber Elbaz has used his keen artistic sensibility to preserve Jeanne Lanvin’s understanding of art and fashion. Starting at ArtBasel and building over the course of the year, the conversation initiated between the Rubell Family Collection and Lanvin will bring to life a groundbreaking dialogue between contemporary art and fashion.(photo via)
Jacqueline Bouvier, photographed by Richard Rutledge in 1951.

Net a Porter has partnered with the Vogue magazine to sell exclusive portraits from the Vogue archives, hand-picked and approved by Anna Wintour herself. Each print will be limited to a run of 30 and cost $700, or $3,200 for a set of five. These unique pieces of art have been carefully selected and will come with a letter of authenticity and the Vogue stamp.

The Powder Room, directed by Zoe Cassavettes, is the first film in a series called Women’s Tales, in which notable female filmmakers with unique points of view explore the female love affair with Miu Miu
 
Bella Freud and Christian Louboutin. His drawings on her sweaters for AW 11 (vogue.com)

Let's make some conversation! xoxo Mimi Berlin