From Renaissance slashed clothing to haute couture and streetwear - an exhibition in Zürich explores the relationship between fashion and art.
Artists in Germany have collaborated to create a hooded sweatshirt with a kippa, a traditional Jewish skullcap, sewn on top. While intended as a statement against anti-Semitism, it also plays with a "provocative limit."
As the exhibition Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up opens at London's Victoria and Albert Museum, DW explores how her father, a photographer originally from Germany, helped her become an artist.
The late pop superstar is the most depicted cultural figure in contemporary art, the National Portrait Gallery in London says. The museum's new show, On the Wall, opens a day after his father, Joe Jackson, died.
Religious relics and Bible stories have long influenced the art world; it's no surprise then that objects of devotion have likewise sparked fashion's imagination, as the NY Met Gala and the museum's new exhibition show.
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