High Fashion Finds Its Perfect Fit With Modern Artwork. About Time!

High fashion can often come off as inaccessible to us normal, every day slobs. If couture makes you cringe and the only sample sizes you care about are the ones you can chow down on at Sam’s Club, it’s difficult to make a connection to the fanciful frocks. But maybe you just need a different perspective. That’s where Tumblr “Where I See Fashion” steps up to connect the dots between legendary designers and their artistic doppelgängers for a double dose of breathtaking beauty.

Lydie Kochetkova by Saima Altunkaya for L’Officiel Ucraina, April 2012 / White daffodils

Alexander McQueen, Spring 2009 / Break Wall 1 by EYAL GEVER, 3D print, 2012

Elena Sudakova in “Invitation à la Danse” by Sølve Sundsbø for Numéro Magazine #91, March 2008 / Prometheus Bound by Nicolas-Sébastien Adam, white marble, 1762

Details backstage at Christian Dior Haute Couture, Spring 2012 / Terraced rice fields in Yunnan, China

Yiqing Yin Haute Couture, Fall 2012 / The black coast of Vik during heavy rainfall in Iceland by Stefan Forster

Tim Coppens Fall 2013 campaign by Jason Kim / From Le Cri III by Anne-Lise Coste, spray-painted acrylics

Fantasy Wedding Dress by Marchesa, Spring 2011 / Smoke by Andrew Kim

Jac Jagaciak in Dior Couture photographed by Patrick Demarchelier / Painting by Theo Altenberg

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