Art and fashion have always had a close relationship – a glimpse of Karl Lagerfeld, Raf Simons and Miuccia Prada‘s extensive art collections will be proof of that. Fendi’s new collaboration with UK artist Chris Wood is one of the latest examples of fashion celebrating art.
Titled “Hues of Light”, the installation is inspired by the interaction of light and space – themes that Wood, who studied glass at the Royal College of Art, often touches on in her works for gallery exhibitions and private collections.
For the Fendi collaboration (it’s the brand’s third tie-up with an illustrious artist for its window designs), she created artworks using bespoke pieces of dichroic, a transparent material which has the ability to filter and reflect various wavelengths of light to produce rainbow-coloured shadows and projections. Get a closer look at what went into the making of the installation, and view it for yourselves now at Fendi’s Ngee Ann City store (#01-30 to 32) until the first week of September.
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