Wanting – A Linder Sterling dress by Richard Nicoll

I like simple cuts and prints for summer – so I’m loving all the Linder Sterling dresses by Richard Nicoll! Linder Sterling is a punk visual artist renowed for designing the 1977 Buzzcock’s album cover. (She even wore a meat dress in the early 80’s) Her art collage style is very distinct and in an age of pinterest and moodboards collage has become very popular – and Linder Sterling’s been doing it for over 40 years. She used Cerruti campaign images shot by Paolo Roversi in the collages on Richard’s signature shape dresses.

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