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Eighty-five years ago today, Andy Warhol was born and the world had yet to learn that he would pioneer the pop art movement that we know today. In addition to making himself a household name, he introduced the world to an assemblage of offbeat stars such as Edie Sedgwick and Nico, as brought some of the most iconic women of the time, from Diana Ross to Debbie Harry, into his factory world. Here, we’ve rounded up six of his most stylish lady muses for your viewing pleasure.
Move over, Karl Lagerfeld — your collection for Shu Uemura won’t be the only major beauty collaboration hitting the shelves this holiday season. Cosmetic giant Nars recently announced a collection inspired by the work of Andy Warhol, produced in collaboration with the Andy Warhol Foundation.
In honor of Westwood’s recent appearance in Interview “shrug the haters” attitude, we’ve compiled a slideshow of some of her most out-there (and awesome) recent designs.
To think, once upon a time Ms. Singer was almost as precocious as Tavi Gevinson. Are you at all surprised?
Yoko Ono toldPage Six that Warhol once told her that she was dressing a little too plainly and needed to show a flourish here or there. And by here or there, we mean on top of her head.
In an upcoming issue of Madame Figaro, Karl Lagerfeld shot Vanessa Paradis in a Warhol Factory-inspired photospread, styled by Leila Smara. The stripes, the eyelashes, the beautiful helplessness, all of which identified Edie Sedgwick are present in the photos of Paradis. And Andy’s work — most notably his obsession with televisions, is prevalent throughout the twelve-page editorial..
Edie Sedgwick talks about what it was like to leave her high society background in California for a modeling career in New York, which left her broke and alone. “It’s strange,” Edie says, “Wherever I’ve been, I’ve been quite notorious.”