Thursday, June 21, 2012

"Cubism Art Inspired"

     For our second styling challenge, Cubism art inspired. This is me and my mentor Markski Glom made from different ideas.

     For today’s Styling Challenge, Cubism inspired; I’ve decided to be living art. I've chosen Picasso's Woman with a Flower to be the highlight of my outfit. In 1927, Picasso began an affair with seventeen-year old Marie-Thérèse Walter, his son Paolo's nurse. Much of his work after 1927 is fantastic and visionary in character. His Woman with Flower (1932) is a portrait of Marie-Thérèse. Its movement is cubism which is a
20th century avant-garde art movement, pioneered by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque.
     First of all, we were all born, because of a woman; our mothers carried us in their wombs for 9 months and had to endure the pains of giving birth, so simply we wouldn’t be here now without them. A woman’s most common responsibility would be to take care of her family, may it be to serve them, or to work for them. As you know, the overwhelming majority of child-rearing and household tasks are performed by women. The sad truth though is that there are a lot of cases where in they have been brutally abused, so with Picasso’s masterpiece, Woman with a flower (1932), I would like to remind everyone of the importance of women to us men and the world.
      The whole outfit inspired by  two-dimensional areas of color, boldly and sweepingly outlined… are juxtaposed with similar areas that bear witness to a modelling, three-dimensionalizing instinct... Again The Woman with a Flower. Thank you.

Styling Card:

Hairbase - .Shi: Giabi Hair
Lashes - Blackliquid Makeup - Life Autumn
Shirt - Harlow Sweaters Picasso Woman and Flower
Pants - [Lelutka] Michelle Pants
Socks - Doodads Checker socks
Scarf - [Lelutka] Editorial Scarves
Armband - [CheerNo.] Sin. Ouro Armband (Complete Outfit)
Belt - [CheerNo.] Lovely Moment belt (Complete Outfit)
Shoes - .Shi: Fabrik Lace - Up

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