Get the Look: Versace for H&M Cruise Collection

Posted by , 24 January 2012

Look book images via Stylist

You may have seen our previous post on the Versace/H&M partnership last November – well, Versace is back at H&M today with their online-only Cruise Collection. The collection is very playful with images of fruit and butterflies as a main theme on the fabrics. I think these are so fun that they would work really well as statement art pieces in the home as well!

“Hearts, c. 1979-84,” Andy Warhol (top left); “(Stamped) Strawberries, c. 1959,” Andy Warhol (bottom left); “Redcurrants,” Jonathan Pollock (bottom right)

Pop on a gold, metal frame for that added Versace look! A blue or lilac mount works really nicely to draw out accent colours in the print as well (if you don’t choose a neutral mount, always try to choose a colour from your image to make it stand out).

“Kiwi,” Tony Hardy (top left); “Butterflies, 1955 (many varied colors),” Andy Warhol (bottom right)

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