Andy Warhol; The Souper Dress
During the mid-1960s a fad for disposable paper dresses emerged, initiated by industrial manufacturers that traditionally operated outside the realm of fashion. These designs typically functioned as promotional vehicles, advertise paper products, and were commonly composed from non-woven patented materials such as Kaycel and Dura-Weve. The democracy of disposable clothing was unique, tapping into the zeitgeist of the mid to late 1960s and captivating public imagination, including that of the artist Andy Warhol.
This is Warhol's take on the trend, titled “The Souper Dress.” The dress features his iconic soup can pattern on a cellulose fabric and is in very good condition.
Full Length: 37”
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