BOZZETTI - SONIA DELAUNAY

Color Moves: Art and Fashion by Sonia Delaunay The Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York City Through June 2011 Sonia Delaunay, Swimsuits, 1928 Known primarily as an abstract painter …

EMILIE FLOGE

Photographies / Emilie Flöge 1909 // Emilie Louise Flöge (born 30 August 1874 in Vienna and died 26 May 1952 in Vienna) was an Austrian designer, fashion designer and businesswoman. She was the life companion of the painter Gustav Klimt.

EMILIE FLOGE E GUTAV KLIMT

1905 Edwardian/Art Nouveau/Belle Epoque era photo of Gustav Klimt with Emilie Floge, who was his muse and companion and also the proprieter of a Viennese fashion salon specializing in fashions like she is wearing here aka corset-free "reform dresses"

MANIFESTO FUTURIISTA

In Italian Futurist/Painter Giacomo Balla essentially dissed the Bourgeois 'good taste' and 'niceness' with his writing of 'The Anti Neutral Suit'.

SONIA E ROBERT DALAUNAY

Sonia and Robert Delaunay. By she had met and divorced her art-dealing first husband and wed painter Robert Delaunay, giving birth to their son, Charles.

GIACOMO BALLA - ABITO

Giacomo Balla, woman’s dress, 1929 This was pretty advanced for back in that time period, I can easily see this being worn today

RITRATTO EMILIE FLOGE -  GUSTAV KLIMT

Gustav Klimt: Emilie Floge, 1902 (detail) Klimt's lifelong partner and collaborator on fashion.

BORSETTA FUTURISTA

BORSETTA FUTURISTA

MANIFESTO FUTURISTA

"Il vestito antineutrale" (the dress anti-neutral) : manifesto futurista / Giacomo Balla - sketches of dress

“Carpe diem” è un’antico  verso del poeta Quinto Orazio Flacco. Significa esattamente “cogli il giorno” ed è liberamente tradotta dal latino con “cogli l’attimo”.  Un’esortazione a vivere pienamente.

carpe diem Felpa con scollo a barca da donna, marca Bella - navyastro

“Carpe diem” è un’antico verso del poeta Quinto Orazio Flacco. Significa esattamente “cogli il giorno” ed è liberamente tradotta dal latino con “cogli l’attimo”. Un’esortazione a vivere pienamente.

SONIA DELAUNAY

Sonia Terk Delaunay // First living female artist to have a retrospective exhibition at the Musée du Louvre in she co-founded the Orphism art movement, together with her husband.

SONIA DELAUNAY CON UNA SUA CREAZIONE

Citroën Mannequins et automobile habillées par Sonia Delaunay.

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