Dienstag, 31. Januar 2012


When Andy Warhol first created his Lips print in the late `50s with a hand-carved rubber stamp, he struck the note that would later define his iconic pop-art career: that there´s a kind of terrible beauty in the repetitive cycle of fame, consumption and mass culture. This season, lips graphics - immortalized over the years with the help of the Rolling Stones - are omnipresent once more ( and just in time for Valentine´s :-) Prada reintroduced the brands spring 2001 lipstick print in its resort 2012 collection, while English designer Markus Lupfer put a sequined spin on this touchstone pout design, embalmed on a merino sweeter from his new spring line.


Keep smiling
(pics Elle.com, Producer, Solange Azagury)

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