Inspired by the record setting Picasso

On May 4, a Pablo Picasso painting, Nude, Green Leaves and Bust, set the record for most expensive auction item ever sold- for a cool $106.5 million.  While it may not be one of his most recognized pieces, NGL&B is certainly beautiful and was painted in 1932, a high period of Picasso's career (5 years before this iconic painting).

I loved the color combo of blue & green with the black panes, that I decided to create a look, inspired by art.


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34 comments:

  1. I love Picasso and I love that painting. What a fabulous outfit you put together. Love the skirt! And the shoes too :)

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  2. You are the COOLEST for creating a Polyvore set off of a Picasso painting. So gorgeous!! :)

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  3. Holy man, very cool creating that Polyvore. What an interesting little fact!

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  4. Dang! Now that's an expensive painting! Wowsers!

    I love your Polyvore pics. I especially love that green skirt.

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  5. I have to say, I've never been a huge Picasso fan. Although I love Paloma Picasso's jewelry line from Tiffany's! Your outfit is sooo much prettier than the painting. :)

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  6. That is spot on. I love the skirt.

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  7. Gotta love your style my friend! Love it all!

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  8. I really like that painting! I have never seen it before. Fun idea!

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  9. I had a client bidding at that auction;-)
    As you can see Picasso rose to greatness; he was a genius;-)

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  10. What a clever idea!! I love it. Picasso is one of my favorite artists & the blue is so pretty here. Great outfit!!

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  11. I LOVE IT!!!! GREAT JOB LADY!! :)

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  12. Love the outfit you put together :)

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  13. I loooove this whole look. The green and blue go so well together!

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  14. What a fantastic idea! Love that skirt!

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  15. Love the colors in both the painting and the outfit. Can't believe the paining went for $106.5 mill. Crazy!!!

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  16. Love this post. That is a lot of pennies for a painting! And I'm wanting that green sequinned skirt...
    x

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  17. Great idea and you nailed it...the skirt is perfect. But the pricetag on that painting? Unreal.

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  18. Loving that blue bag! Actually the whole outfit is tdf!

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  19. Love that skirt! Great find :)

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  20. Ooooh, fabulous! Love this combo, I think it's great for spring! Who in this economy could afford that Picasso, is what I want to know!

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  21. Tres fabulous! The skirt is fab. :)
    Xx

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  22. I am so crushin' on that skirt!

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  23. That skirt is so adorable! I love the green/blue combo!

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  24. Beautiful outfit, love that skirt!

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  25. Genius! Look at that skirt!

    This was great!

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  26. Seems like a lot even if it is a Picasso, but what do I know? I LOVE that skirt.

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  27. Dislike the picture but like the outfit!! I was never a fan of Picasso....I prefer more haunting paintings.

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  28. I love the look you put together! The skirt is fabulous.

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  29. What a great way to draw inspiration! The outfit is awesome and I love the blue clutch! Now I feel like I need a clutch in that color to add to my wardrobe. Have a great weekend, Jaime!

    xo
    Valerie

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  30. I've never seen this piece before, it's really great, so is your outfit!! Happy weekend to you!x

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