POP ART: TOTALLY IN FASHION
Not that any of us need convincing, but just in case, it is well and truly time to embrace pop art in fashion. Here's our guide to the trend sweeping everything from fashion (so very Prada) to supermarket goods (yes really - Andy Warhol would be thrilled).
PRADA'S LOVE AFFAIR WITH POP ART
When Prada debuted its SS14 collection in Milan, the fashion world was buzzing about the pop art influence. The walls included murals, which Prada said were 'to engage themes of femininity, representation, power and multiplicity'. So it's no surprise that these prints were translated into the clothes too. We're keen to go bold this summer! Are you?
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SOUP OF THE DAY
Andy Warhol's Big Campbell's Soup Can With Can Opener may have recently sold for millions, but now you can get your hands on your very own piece of edible art for less than a dollar - should you be in Britain any time soon. Where, you ask? At a local supermarket, thanks to Campbell's g limited-edition cans of soup release. Delicious.
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LOVE IT, WEAR IT
We almost forked out on a ticket to the US just to get our hands on some Phillip Lim for Target (before we did the math and realised that was pretty counter-intuitive), but look! Here's Jessica Alba and American teen actress Peyton List donning one the most popular pieces from the collection. It's decided then, we all need a little bit of pop art on our walls, and in our wardrobes.
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