Andy Warhol rolled artistic expression, celebrity culture, and advertisement into one remarkable career, breaking away from the perceivably stuffy gallery scene and into the public consciousness. Warhol’s now-iconic works of the Campbell’s soup cans helped him develop the technique which would become a signature of the artist’s unique brand, including his iconic portraits of Marilyn Monroe and Jacqueline Kennedy.
This is the first of a four-part series of pop art inspired scenes featuring the Pantomime collection by bespoke fashion house, Atelier Grandi.
Photographer – Roberutsu
Fashion – Atelier Grandi
Makeup – Terra French & Tanya Tesselaar
Hair – Candice Styles
Accessories Styling – Allison Chow
Producer – Iris Gwen
Model – Ira Maslenikava (Leo Management)