The latest men’s shoe trend would make Andy Warhol proud.
Designers are making use of rainbow palettes and mixed materials for spring ’15. Dolce & Gabbana led the way with a vintage poster-print high-top, reminiscent of Warhol’s Campbell’s soup cans, while luxury designers Christian Louboutin and Loewe made use of not-so-subtle color pops.
Known for its use of pop-culture imagery and bold color combinations, Pop Art began in the mid-1950s and gained prominence during the ’60s. The American movement’s effort to acknowledge consumer culture was spearheaded by artists like Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein.
Today, that aesthetic is trending and for sale — even to wear on your feet.
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