How to include art in your fashion collection

    Art and fashion have a uniquely symbiotic relationship. Together they expand the realms of creativity and nurture incredible collaborations. Want to include an artwork in your fashion collection? Find out how we can help. 

    In the words of Vogue: "Painters, illustrators and photographers have become important contributors to the fashion industry, their input often adding instant value to a collection.”

    Who have we worked with?

    We are lucky to have worked with some of the most esteemed brands and fashion houses in the industry, enabling iconic creative partnerships and seamless collaborations.
     
    From Henry Holland and Albert Irvin’s vibrant and colourful S/S 2018 Resort Collection, to uber cool Off White and their use of Alfred Munnings stunning classical painting, we have been there. We also worked with 16 Arlington when they were inspired by Richard Lindner’s unique, exciting artworks (image above).

    Bring art into your own collection

    Interested in reproducing a specific artist’s work?

    Find out if they are represented by DACS and apply for a licence

     
    Looking to be inspired?

    Browse thousands of contemporary art images in our Artimage collection
     

    Pushing the boundaries of creativity

    At this year’s London Fashion Week 2019 we really enjoyed Anya Hindmarch working with artists’ collective Numen/For Use to create an immersive art installation, The Weave Project. Suspended, climbable tunnels of deep cerulean blue, the installation presented a space where art and fashion were physically intertwined.

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    Phoebe English’s A/W 2019 collection, meanwhile, was on display at the Morley Gallery alongside her V&A marionettes; 30 puppets outfitted in miniature versions of her greatest hits, initially featured in the V&A’s Fashion in Motion exhibition.
     
    Art merged with fashion therefore not only adds instant value but also enriches the realms of creativity. Isn’t it time you made the most of this partnership?

    Discover more

    Find out if an artist is represented by DACS and apply for a licence
    Browse thousands of contemporary art images in our Artimage collection
    Inherited an artist’s copyright and need help licensing their work? Join our Copyright Licensing service
    Read about Henry Holland and Albert Irvin’s S/S 2018 collection
    Read about Burberry and photographer Daniel Meadows
    Read about Warhol’s influence in fashion

     
    Images: 16 Arlington x Richard Lindner Collection. Tribute to Richard Lindner © ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2019. Photo: 16 Arlington; The Weave Project, created by Anya Hindmarch in collaboration with Numen/For Use. Photo © DACS.
     

    Posted on 26/03/2019 by Jessica Bancroft