Art-à-Porter

Art-to-Wear is a unique and impressive concept by Alexandra Mas and couturier Eric Tibusch developed in 2009.  Following the footsteps of Elsa Schiaparelli who was the first to invite artists to be part of her fashion designs, or Yves Saint Laurent who got inspiration from art, Alexandra Mas and Eric Tibusch are the very first couturier-artist couple to actually develop this precise technique, illustrated in 2010 by Marie Chrhistiane Marek, renown reporter for the AFP (l'Agence France-Presse).

Shoed twice a year during the haute couture week in Paris, they keep on surprising the fashion world and inspire the others. The arty vogue is increasing ever since, and their "art-à-porter" expression is used today by several brands for all kinds of art prints or art inspired collections.  This  unique technic  is a  discussion between  the two artists that brings to life haute-couture garments cut and sowed straight from the painted canvas signed by Alexandra Mas.                                                                 to see this interview   http://www.alexandramas.com/#!video/c65q

Michel Rodriguez, getting ready for the red carpet, Cannes 2012

art à porter  spring summer 2014
art à porter spring summer 2014

toile en lin peinte a l'acrylique et huile, 200/90cm "Phonème de la renaissance"

Phonème de la renaissance
Phonème de la renaissance

toile en lin peinte a l'acrylique et huile, 200/90cm

Phonème de la renaissance (détail)
Phonème de la renaissance (détail)
Phonème de la renaissance (détail)
Phonème de la renaissance (détail)
Art a porter  2013
Art a porter 2013

Art a porter, Alexandra Mas and Eric Tibusch press-release 2013

A-H Eric Tibusch 2013-2014 detail
A-H Eric Tibusch 2013-2014 detail

Collection "Si Paris m'etait conté", A-W Eric Tibusch 2013-2014 , haute couture dress with a Alexandra Mas painting

A-H Eric Tibusch 2013-2014
A-H Eric Tibusch 2013-2014

Collection "Si Paris m'etait conté", A-W Eric Tibusch 2013-2014 , haute couture dress with a Alexandra Mas painting

Le Saint Souaire
Le Saint Souaire

haute couture dress by Eric Tibusch with a Alexandra Mas painting

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art à porter 2012-2013
art à porter 2012-2013
Tibusch haute couture show1213
Tibusch haute couture show1213

trompe l'oeil and action painting, old and new technic for this haute couture collar.

trompe l'oeil
trompe l'oeil

toile pour col couture, inspiration Gabrielle d'Estrées

trompe l'oeil (details)
trompe l'oeil (details)
Dope Qeen
Dope Qeen

the trompe l'oeil in the Dope Qeen editorial by Suna Moya, art work Alexandra Mas, couture by Eric Tibusch

Les danseuses
Les danseuses

acrylic & silicon on canvas, 150cm-100cm

haute couture dress by Eric Tibusch with a Alexandra Mas painting

Summer Night
Summer Night

acrylic on canvas, 300cm-100cm

Androide art-à-porter dress
Androide art-à-porter dress

haute couture dress by Eric Tibusch with a Alexandra Mas painting

Summer Sun
Summer Sun

acrylic and silicon on canvas, 300cm-120cm

Androide
Androide

haute couture veste by Eric Tibusch with a Alexandra Mas painting

Vanité aux jonquilles
Vanité aux jonquilles

acrylic on canvas, 100cm-100cm X 2 original texte by Alexandra Mas hand written on the inside of the dress

Vanité aux jonquilles
Vanité aux jonquilles

acrylic on canvas, 100cm-100cm X 2

Vanité aux jonquilles
Vanité aux jonquilles

haute couture dress by Eric Tibusch with a Alexandra Mas painting, The Daffodils Vanity, the daffodil is the fight agains cancer symbol for Marie Curi institute

Vanité aux jonquilles
Vanité aux jonquilles

haute couture dress by Eric Tibusch with a Alexandra Mas painting, The Daffodils Vanity, the daffodil is the fight agains cancer symbol for Marie Curi institute

La vanité Bleue 1
La vanité Bleue 1

acrylic on canvas, 300m-150cm

Legende
Legende

haute couture dress by Eric Tibusch with a Alexandra Mas painting

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