Artist draws part of his strength from the Visual Artists


In his thousand interests in art, ARTIST draws part of his strength from the Plastic Arts.

The Studio BF knows how to bring the ideas of others into its Art-à-Porter. This ability alone to merge the senses could make us call them “plasticiens” themselves.

Surrounded by artists of all kinds, they turn to all artistic practices, all aesthetic, poetic or fanciful representations likely to infuse shapes and volumes, colors and materials into their clothing models.

Architecture, drawing, engraving, sculpture, ceramics, glasswork, all creative performances nourish the potential transformation of an original work into unique feminine clothing.

No limits to the creative process, no limits to the use of techniques and supports either. The Plastic Arts encompass all the plastic artists, all the plasticians of contemporary art.

 From the moment the artist interprets the joys and questions of the world, a new interpretation could emerge from a tailoring workshop. Since the modeling of an object, the apprehension of space, the emergence of so-called “conceptual” practices, or the creation of ephemeral works sharpen

the mind, thrill the hearts, ARTIST is inspired to dress women.

 Antoine PETEL, visual artist for the next ARTIST collection.

The approach of many visual artists today is to experiment, to think outside the box and often to take the opposite view of what preceded them, their only freedom as a constraint.


Outside the circuit, free electrons, they live in correlation with their ideas. Put stars in people’s eyes, generate attraction, provoke curiosity. This quality of work resembles that of Brigitte and François, the inventive co-founders of ARTIST.


So much know-how which must of course be supplemented by relentless, daily work, knowledge and mastery of the means:

  • Elementary: assembly, disassembly, forced wear, various simple tools and products…
  • Archaic: the imprint (human body, animal, plant, mineral, object, etc.), scratching, pricking, point, striker, etc.
  • Ancient: natural pigment, sculpture and modeling, ironwork, weaving, braiding, etc.
  • Classics: drawing, painting, sculpture, engraving, etc.
  • Modern: photography, cinema, image collage, printing, etc.
  • Contemporary: installations, body art, media, video, holography, etc.…


The day after March 8, ARTIST continues its defense of women's rights around the world.

Some examples of notable women, visual artists, among many others, sometimes well-known and whose brand is imbued or often anonymous with whom it is enriching to collaborate and move forward.

Sophie Calle

 Born in 1953 in Paris, French photographer, woman of letters and director. His artistic work consists of making a work of his life, and in particular the most intimate moments.



Annette Messager

Born in 1943 in Berck, French. She has notably created installations incorporating various techniques including photography and drawing. His art attempts to stimulate a dialogue around the body, intimacy, taboos, the feminine.


Yayoi Kusama

Born in 1929 in Matsumoto, contemporary avant-garde Japanese artist. Painter, sculptor and writer. She often uses polka dots and colors in her works.


Pierrette Bloch

1928 – 2017, Swiss artist. Icon of French abstract art, fascinated by black and handling points and lines with the greatest elegance, she loved to draw time.


Louise Bourgeois

1911 – 2010, American sculptor and visual artist of French origin. Most of his career was spent in New York.


Niki de Saint Phalle

1930 – 2002, French, painter, sculptor and film director. She first worked as an actress and model for Vogue, Life and Elle. She began her artistic career in 1952. In 1961, she was a member of the New Realists group.


Georgia O’Keeffe

1887 - 1986, American painter considered one of the major modernist and precisionist painters of the 20th century.


Lolita de Lempicka

1898 – 1980, Polish, representative of the Art Deco movement in painting.


Frida Kahlo

1907 – 1954, Mexican painter, linked to the periods of Surrealism, Modern Art, Cubism, Symbolism, Magical Realism.


ARTIST does not fail to take you on a journey through its magical realism, often taken from remarkable works by invited visual artists.




Publié par Viviane VGM, Rédactrice du Magazine Artist La marque.

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