If you call New York City your home, you may recognize a SoHo-based street art mural featuring the faces of the lovely Anna Wintour and Karl Lagerfeld -- rendered as if dressed up for Día de Muertos. The brain behind said fashionable graffiti, for the uninitiated, is Bradley Theodore.
In vibrant colors, Theodore mixes and matches key elements of art and fashion, plastering his power clashing hybrids around the city streets. "Fashion allows people to become art," Theodore told Style Caster. "It’s the only time in our society that’s truly accepted for you to be a form of art. The a...
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