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A Partir d’un ciel de Van Gogh, 1967-2013, by Julio Le Parc, Art Basel Fair 2013

A Partir d’un ciel de Van Gogh, 1967-2013, by Julio Le Parc, Art Basel Fair 2013

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Apollo Spaceflight Training Suits, Houston, Texas by Hiro. Art Basel 2013

Apollo Spaceflight Training Suits, HoustonTexas by Hiro. Art Basel 2013

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eBay Find: Baquiat Piece
Got a spare $32,000? If not, make your “best offer” to try to acquire this authentic print, one in a series of four released by the Estate of Basquiat, now representing the famed artist who produced less than ten different prints in his lifetime. The prints are based on four of his favorite paintings, which he refused to sell and are still retained by the Basquiat Estate.
For more info and to bid, check out the original listing.  
(Image: Courtesy of eBay Seller Artlover8. Text: Jauretsi)

eBay Find: Baquiat Piece

Got a spare $32,000? If not, make your “best offer” to try to acquire this authentic print, one in a series of four released by the Estate of Basquiat, now representing the famed artist who produced less than ten different prints in his lifetime. The prints are based on four of his favorite paintings, which he refused to sell and are still retained by the Basquiat Estate.

For more info and to bid, check out the original listing.  

(Image: Courtesy of eBay Seller Artlover8. Text: Jauretsi)

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Fit for a Queen
In the last two years, designers Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli have reinvented the Valentino brand, refocusing their efforts on exquisite femininity and a clear dedication to fits and fabrication, as seen here in this photograph from their SS 2013 show. Their most recent collections exude a sense of wealth and luxury certainly suitable for royalty — young royalty, in particular. We’d sure love to see Kate Middleton throw a little Valentino into the royal rotation. 
(Photo courtesy of lavandula via mucirimiscellany. Text by Jenny Bahn)

Fit for a Queen

In the last two years, designers Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli have reinvented the Valentino brand, refocusing their efforts on exquisite femininity and a clear dedication to fits and fabrication, as seen here in this photograph from their SS 2013 show. Their most recent collections exude a sense of wealth and luxury certainly suitable for royalty — young royalty, in particular. We’d sure love to see Kate Middleton throw a little Valentino into the royal rotation. 

(Photo courtesy of lavandula via mucirimiscellany. Text by Jenny Bahn)