Jeff Koons is known for his oversized balloon animals made out of high chromium stainless steel and an transparent color coating, but recently just inspired designer, Lisa Perry’s most recent collection, bringing together fashion and art.
Lisa was able to capture Jeff’s eccentric style, and from his previous sculptures she was able to modify them enough to make a similar looking print for the garments. This is not Lisa’s first time using famous works of pop art, in 2010 she used some of Andy Warhol’s work in her collection, as well as works from Roy Lichtenstein.
Lisa has made a name for herself by using very bright and geometric patterns in her previous collections. Lisa thought Jeff would make the perfect look with his modern, pop art take on sculpting. Jeff’s work is usually seen in modern art museums such as the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art in downtown San Francisco. Although this collection is a very pricey one, each piece is a true work of art that the buyer will own forever.
About Chloe Norred
Fashion journalist and blogger, Chloe Norred, is a Southern California native who is now living in San Francisco to explore the creativity of the cities art and fashion. Currently attending the Academy of Art University, Chloe is pursuing a degree in fashion and journalism, where she is able to mix her fascination for art and design with her love for writing. Chloe also has a personal blog on the side, Neurotic Delirium, where she is able to share her inspirations and write about all that is going on in the fashion world.