Six fashion and art collaborations we’re excited about this year

Wardrobe curation.

[F]rom fantasy art prints at Gucci to LOEWE’s new publication featuring fun self portraits from photographer Fumiko Imano (imagining herself as her twin), here’s Hunger’s pick of the most powerful art and fashion pairings to watch out for…

Ignasi Monreal @ Gucci

The Spanish surrealist artist took inspiration from anime films and mythology for Gucci’s fantasy utopia SS18 campaign. Alessandro Michele even commissioned the Insta-famous creative to produce a series of limited edition tees and jumpers, which you can buy online here.

The female comic book gang @ Prada

Eight female artists – including Brigid Elva, Jöelle Jones, Stellar Leuna and Giuliana Maldin – transformed the Prada runway set with their work and featured within the SS18 collection in September.

Fumiko Imano @ LOEWE

LOEWE’s new publication – called Publication #17 – is made in collaboration with Japanese artist Fumiko Imano; capturing Imano’s ‘Twins’ revelling in the freedom of a French holiday in tandem with model Saskia de Brauw.

Gosha Rubchinskiy @ Burberry

The hip Russian artist and designer’s recently paired with the iconic Brit label on a capsule collection, inspired by youth culture and the legacy of British football in Russia.

Keith Haring @ Coach

Coach’s SS18 collection channels the grit and glam of NYC’s underground art scene in the 80s, featuring graphic, graffiti-style prints from famed artist Keith Haring.

Andy Warhol @ Calvin Klein

Soon you can wear never-before seen prints from the King of Pop Art, as Calvin Klein announced a multi-year partnership with The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.