The paintings that inspire fashion designers | National Gallery

Fashion designer Aurélie Fontan and Central Saint Martin’s fashion students Joyce Bao, TraiCeline Pratt, Paolo Guarino, Golrokh Broumandi, Valeria Pulici, Ana Margarida Feijao and course leader David Kappo discuss how art influences their work.

Learn about the paintings that inspired ’Bridgerton’ and ’The Great’ here:

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