Does art imitate life or does life imitate art? In general, it seems that the jury is still out on that one, but we know for a fact the Femme Muse likes to do a bit of both. She takes inspiration from fine art – yet simultaneously, she lives in such a way that art embodies her, and her self which lives so deeply becomes inseparable from those masterpieces so rich with beauty and enlightenment.
Indeed, why simply arise from the bathtub in your fluffy cobalt towels when you can do so with the essence of Matisse's Blue Nude II?
Why merely go to barre class without the image of Degas' painted dancers in your head?
You, too, are a work of art, and thus today we compare some of our favourite pieces – of the canvas and of cloth – to kickstart our creative vision.
Invisible Sleeping Woman, Horse, Lion (1930) by Salvador Dalì and the Kent Woman Zap Silk & Mesh Bra and Clink Silk Thong in Raw White ★ Shop here and here
The Garden of Earthly Delights (1499) by Hieronymus Bosch and the Dolores Haze It's All Good Bralette and Flare Pants in Floral Brocade ★ Shop here and here
A Bigger Splash (1967) by David Hockney and the Roxana Salehoun Cami Top and Rio Slip Bottoms in Pewter Blue ★ Shop here and here
Kiss of Fire (1983) by Erté and the Dolores Haze Fire Dragon Pants in Fire Dragon Brocade ★ Shop here