Contemporary artist Domingo Zapata held a lively and fun presentation showing his Love x Fashion x Art collection. He had a number of fans at the presentation, most noteworthy of whom was Lindsay Lohan, who was not doing interviews. For fall, Zapata showed his original hand-painted artwork on various pieces. He broke up the collection into five different categories, each with looks for men and women, starting with a bullfighter-run group that had hand-painted bullfighter jackets, a deconstructed snakeskin moto and a tiered flamenco dress. He went on to show playful panda motifs, sweet florals, a quirky Mona Lisa-inspired group and finally an ode to anarchist punk — all in a variety of jackets, jeans, T-shirts and dresses. But one must ask, how will his wearable art translate off the runway?

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Contemporary artist Domingo Zapata held a lively and fun presentation showing his Love x Fashion x Art collection. He had a number of fans at the presentation, most noteworthy of whom was Lindsay Lohan, who was not doing interviews. For fall, Zapata showed his original hand-painted artwork on various pieces. He broke up the collection into five different categories, each with looks for men and women, starting with a bullfighter-run group that had hand-painted bullfighter jackets, a deconstructed snakeskin moto and a tiered flamenco dress. He went on to show playful panda motifs, sweet florals, a quirky Mona Lisa-inspired group and finally an ode to anarchist punk — all in a variety of jackets, jeans, T-shirts and dresses. But one must ask, how will his wearable art translate off the runway?

Domingo Zapata RTW Fall 201720 Photos 

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