While fashion can be referred to wearable art in and of itself, some menswear designers are taking this concept quite literally and creating lines or pieces directly influenced by works of art. Trend Hunter Editor Jana Pijak counts down the top examples of this idea, from dimensional origami fashions to knitted landscape runways and topographic rapper tees.
Wearable art menswear can relate to entire lines, like one inspired by the traditional Japanese art of paper folding. JW Anderson uses a retro theme in his interpretation, using printed landscapes on his tops. Or if you are looking for a menswear line inspired by an entire arts movement, conceptual cubism menswear will be more your style as it includes pieces inspired by Pablo Picasso. Meanwhile hip hop fans will appreciate this Gucci Mane themed tee.