I always thought that clothes are a form of art but this is truly wearing art in the literal sense.
This skirt was given to me as a gift for my birthday a couple of years ago. It is from D&G FW09 collection.
The painting on the skirt was made by Jacques-Louis David in 1814 and now hangs in the Paris Louvre. It is said that it took the painter 15 years to produce and is called Leonidas at Thermopylae.
The painting depicts a tale of heroism drawn from Greek history: the sacrifice of Leonidas and three hundred Spartans who were massacred resisting the Persian armies as they invaded Greece, in the rocky gorges of Thermopylae.
Here worn with Bershka shirt, Dukas high heeled shoes and Zara cat’s eye glasses.
The corall necklace is made by me. Also wearing comme il faux ring and a silver chevalier.
Have a nice weekend everybody 🙂