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Van Gogh Museum, Robert Graham Partner for Fall/Winter Collection

Van Gogh is venturing into the fashion world once again.

Robert Graham, the American-based eclectic fashion house, has partnered with the Van Gogh Museum to interpret the work of post-impressionist painter Vincent van Gogh in its Fall 20/Winter 21 collection, anchored around the brand’s Wearable Art pillar. Van Gogh Museum’s licensing agency IMG has been working extensively with Robert Graham on the development and launch of the collection. 

“This anniversary collection intertwines masterpieces in the art world while celebrating signature Robert Graham design expertise: vivid #WearableArt prints, tracer embroidery, contrast motifs under the cuff and yarn-dyed details,” says Sean Chadwick, vice president, design, Robert Graham. “The art of the detail in the details is always the unexpected with our designs.” 

Dubbed as a “Brush with Greatness” and also featuring collaborations with Leroy Neiman and Ryan McGinness, the collection offers fans collectible artistry with a signature Robert Graham hand.  

“The brand’s 20-year legacy, centered around fashion that is meant to be discussed, admired and collected, deeply ties us back to the world of art,” says Andrew Berg, president, Robert Graham. “That is who we are as a brand. The ability to feature iconic artists such as Vincent van Gogh through these collaborations allows us to officially marry art and fashion and make it our own.”  

Starting November, the collection pieces will be available at select Robert Graham Stores across the U.S., and other high-end specialty boutiques. 

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