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Walking Canvas

Did you happen to make it to the New York Fashion Week show? Yeah, we didn't either, but that's what we have the internet for - and you've got us! So all in all we've got it covered.

BCBG Max Azria
The above photo demonstrates a theme new to the show this year. The idea is to create new styles based of famous works of art - in the above photo's case the work being portrayed is Josef Albers's 1959 piece "Homage To The Square: Solstice." Check out more of the designer's pieces and the works their based on in the photos below.

Bill Blass
Tess Giberson

There were plenty of designers willing to try their hand at recreating the famous works. Our favorite is Duro Olowu's portrayal of Egon Schiele's painting, "Self -Portrait with Peacock Waistcoat, Standing" (pictured below).

Duro Olowu

Photos courtesy of Getty Images. Via Artinfo

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