The Aperlai Spring 2013 Mimics Artwork from Picasso and Pollock

By: Erin Fox - Published: Nov 9, 2012 • References: aperlaiparis & fashionising
The Aperlai Spring 2013 collection shows the finest version of art appreciation, as the shoe line imitates art into real life. The Spring 2013 collection features revamped artwork from Picasso, Pollock and Mondrian. The Parisian-based line decided to integrate art into its purest, most conventional form of fashion.

Designer Alessandra Lanvin wanted each shoe to tell a separate story: a beautiful message to the world. The shoes feature stacked heels, winged leathers, glittery decals and criss-crossing handles. The heels come in an assortment of colors to mimic the breathtaking stories from the world's greatest artists.

From greens to blues to nudes, the shoe collection mimics art and captures the heart and soul of Parisian craftsmanship. The line takes the same approach to capturing beauty as the beloved artists from over the decades. Stats for Iconic Art-Imitating Footwear Trending: Older & Buzzing
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