Cycladic figurines inspire fashion

Fourteen Greek designers drew inspiration from the exhibits of the Museum of Cycladic Art in order to create a unique piece of clothing or accessory. Their creations were made under the framework of the distinct fashion project Cycladic Forms which is fruit of the collaboration of the Museum of Cycladic Art and, style & fashion expert, Michalis Pantos.

Scarves by Pantelis Vitaliotis – Magneto and glasses by Ugly Bell. Photograph by Paris Tavitian
Jewelry designed by Maria Mastori. Photograph by Paris Tavitian

Through fashion, the Aegean’s light, the Cycladic figurines’ formalism, the measure and the aesthetic of ancient Greek art became clothes, jewelry, glasses, shoes, hats and scarves. These special creations will be available exclusively in the Cycladic Shop from the 4th of May and for one month, in limited supply.

A creation by DI GAIA. Photograph by Paris Tavitian

"14 Greek designers drew inspiration from the exhibits of the Museum of Cycladic Art and created a unique piece of clothing or accessory exclusively for the Cycladic Shop

Garment designed by Deux Hommes. Photograph by Paris Tavitian

The designers participating are: Blanc Hats, Angelos Bratis, Deux Hommes, Di Gaia, Digitaria, Giorgos Eleftheriades, Ergon, Magneto, Maria Mastori, Apostolos Mitropoulos, Rien, Danai Sakellari, Ugly Bell, Zeus & Dione.

A creation by Danai Sakellari. Photograph by Paris Tavitian

Information: Fashion Project Cycladic Forms, Museum of Cycladic Art, Cycladic Shop, Neophytou Douka 4, Athens, www.cycladic.gr

Hat signed by Blanc Hats. Photograph by Paris Tavitian

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