A Damien Hirst butterfly painting and a 1937 ensemble by Elsa Schiaparelli.
A painting by Victor Vasarely and the looks the art inspired.
A photo of Serge Gainsbourg is the backdrop for a graphic Balenciaga dress.
A portrait of Marcel Proust by Jacques-Émile Blanche abuts a textured men’s suit by Dries Van Noten.
An array of folkloric looks by Dries Van Noten.
A tulip embroidery from 1889.
A 1976 portrait of Michel Leiris by Francis Bacon, from the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Nice.
A 1892 portrait of Marcel Proust by Jacques-Émile Blanche, loaned from the Musee d’Orsay.
A 16th-century portrait of a sculptor by Bronzino, loaned from the Louvre.
The reverse side of tulips embroidered on satin, circa 1889.
Dries Van Noten’s men’s wear influences are displayed amidst a collage of screen kisses.
Francis Bacon inspired the colors and patterns of Van Noten’s winter 2009 collection.
Garden print dresses are juxtaposed against a wallpaper of vegetation.
India and its embroidery traditions inspired these looks by Dries Van Noten.
A bull painting by Pablo Picasso from 1945, on loan from the Grand Palais.
Pina Bausch dance works and a Cecil Beaton costume mingle with Dries Van Noten fashions.
A 1925 portrait of Jasmy Alvin by Kees Van Dongen, on loan from the Pompidou.