Moschino Cheap & Chic




















Apparently, one can never have too many eyes on their fashion, eh?


Jeremy Scott
















…OR hands.


Jean-Charles de Castelbajac













OR bird heads?… (If your name is Bjork, Ozzy, or Nicki, and have front row seats.)


Jean-Charles de Castelbajac


















Well, these ii’s were certainly popping with all the Modern Art references hanging around the Fall ’12 collections. And, a girl DOES crave a healthy dose of irony and hyperbole to get her through the season!


Manish Arora




















Manish Arora’s smokin’ lips whispered to Warhol, while a gang of hoodied street artists made a lot of visual noise as they tagged the mural backdrop.


Manish Arora




















With guns out, having hit the pavement running, some fresh tags were seen sneaking around at Be & D…Perhaps looking for Banksy?


Be & D


Be & D



Julien David gave a nod to POP Art with ‘killer fashion’ that objectified a kitchen knife.


Julien David



















Anna Molinari put the ‘WOW’ and ‘JOLIE’ in livin’ LARGE, loud, and pretty at Blumarine.






















Graffiti got Gaultier’d…or was it vice versa? Regardless, his looks rocked more fur and spray paint than a PETA protest, and still managed to scream luxury.


Jean Paul Gaultier


Jean Paul Gaultier




























Art was ‘off the wall’ and flat-out on the move at Comme des Garçons. However, given the size, structure and restrictive nature of the garments, a surreptitious ‘exit through the gift shop’ would seem highly unlikely and downright hazardous for the wearer.


Comme des Garçons


Nicholas Kirkwood spun tall tails about the girl who walked in his shoes.


Nicholas Kirkwood


A typewriter fashioned into a novel notion at Mary Katrantzou wrote a note to ‘Surrealism.’


Mary Katrantzou


















DVF dialed it up.


Diane Von Furstenburg
















Imagery from Peter Pilotto’s garments channeled japanese light trucks, putting high beams on the chassy driving it.


Peter Pilotto




















Whether or not it’s on YOU, art will always be on the street. To get your eyes on it and head around it now, check out the following…


Deer Dana 'Cindy Crawford' t-shirt


Jeremy Scott for Linda Farrow eyewear


Keith Haring Exhibit at Brooklyn Museum


"Exit Through the Gift Shop" interview with Banksy



*Pre-order Be&D sneakers for a limited time
*Deer Dana t-shirts available at Opening Ceremony.
*Jeremy Scott/Linda Farrow “X-ray Vision” eyewear
*”Keith Haring: 1978-82″ at the Brooklyn Museum through July 8.
*For more photos and info on Banksy’s documentary “Exit Through The Gift Shop,” go to
*Fall 2012 Runway photos from