Frankie Morello Spring/Summer 2015–Art unveiled itself as an inspiration once more during Milan Fashion Week with the spring/summer 2015 collection of Frankie Morello. The fashion label used art as a vehicle to join the crusade of protest led by British designer Vivienne Westwood. Aiming to ‘Make Art Not War’, Frankie Morello used classic images and a strong mix of colors to dress a relaxed uniform that took its man from casual and sporty to refined with a bold fashion statement to make.
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