It is not today that the fashion industry search references associated with the world of the arts. Painters from several times always served as inspiration in creating prints, models, textures. Now is the time of Arezzo which is launching a collection inspired by Frida Kahlo capsule. The famous colors of Frida Kahlo come to Brazil in an unprecedented exhibition of works at the Instituto Tomie Ohtake in São Paulo. To celebrate, the Arezzo, which is supportive of the exhibition, created a capsule collection with limited items inspired by the universe of Frida.
The highlights of the line are the models with references to the artist’s atmosphere, full of color and with handmade touches which refer to Mexican culture. Between bets are the sandals with leather straps, Huaraches, and version with thick heels, in addition to the applications of flowers, the pointy shoes with floral embroidery and the strong colors in sneakers, which bring a floral bag to save them. The combo makes a great choice for gift giving. Colors such as: blue, red, magenta, green and yellow color models and prints the line coming to stores on the day of September 30.
For those who live in São Paulo, or plan to visit the city, learn a little more about the exhibition:
With approximately of 100 works by 16 artists and curated by Teresa Arcq, “Frida Kahlo: connections between women surrealists in Mexico” reveals how an intricate network of numerous characters graduated with the axis of the figure of Frida Kahlo. During your life, Frida painted only 143 screens. In this exhibition, rare and unheard of in Brazil, are gathered around of 20 of them, in addition to 13 works on paper (drawings, collages and lithographs), providing the public with broad panorama of your plastic thinking. The vigorous presence still pervades your exposure by the works of other artists participating, which portrayed the iconic figure your including through photography.
According to shoeseSpecially.com, the Arezzo nailed it in this fantastic collection, has the face of brazilian woman, romantic, cheerful, feminine and sexy. I loved all the passion and I’m dying to see! I love flower, my heart is throbbing by this Green sandal “jump” and with this flower right on top, uuuiiii, I jáaaaa! Let’s wait for day 30 September!
Frida Kahlo was an important Mexican painter of the 20th century. Is considered, by some specialists in fine arts, an artist who was part of the Surrealism. However, Frida herself denied it was surreal, as he painted dreams, but your own reality. He excelled in defending the rescue to the culture of the Aztecs as a form of opposition to European cultural imperialist system.