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From Pop Culture Painted Pumps to Pop Art Knitwear

By: Tana Makmanee - Published: Jul 31, 2013
These chic examples of pop art-inspired fashion are showcasing just how influential aspects of modern day pop culture are becoming in clothing designs and accessories.

Pop art, which emerged early in the 1950s, was a representation of pop culture and modern influences during that era. Images of starlets, pin-up girls and iconic figures combined with bold and graphic shapes and colors made these pop art pieces become increasingly popular amongst mainstream audiences. Modern pop art-inspired looks, which showcases celebrities, icons and other objects in bold and fluorescent colors, continues to be popular and influential especially amongst a more modern and youthful crowd.

From candy-colored Harajuku spreads to playful pop art portraits, these pop art-inspired fashion styles are showcasing that paying tribute to modern and relevant aspects in culture will never get old.