The latest unique amalgam of art and fashion by Jet Art Fashions will be shown on the runway during the upcomingCouture Fashion Week in New York City. The fashion show will be held at 8:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 18, 2012 in the iconic Grand Ballroom of the world-famous Waldorf Astoria hotel.
Jet Art Fashions has merged the spirit of art with the use of modern technology taking fashion into a new era. The company’s line of ultra chic Premium Denims, one-of-a-kind artwear was created from an original art form, Jet Art, by directing paint into the blast of a jet engine, a force several times greater than hurricane winds. The 500-degree heat and enormous velocity blend the colors and welds the paint onto these novel denim canvases, making every pair of jeans unique, made with man’s greatest transportation tool of its time, the Jet Plane. Capturing a moment in time, this can never be reproduced even by the artist.
Princess Tarinan Von Anhalt, using the highly original technique developed by her late husband, the world renowned expressionist artist Prince Jurgen Von Anhalt, is continuing his legacy. During his illustrious career Prince Von Anhalt created unique paintings often executed amidst the roll of TV cameras and before crowds of enthralled spectators at airports in such cities as Acapulco, St. Tropez, London, Miami, Dallas, Palm Beach and Palm Springs among others. The artist was featured on major television programming includingGood Morning America and the Discovery Channel.
Prince Von Anhalt’s art has been acquired by collectors worldwide including top names in business, government and finance, royalty, celebrities and major corporations.
Princess Tarinan, the first woman in the world to get behind the jet engine, has extended her late husband’s artistic vision into the field of luxury fashion. Her vibrant and colorful line of wearable art debuting at Couture, never seen before, includes the most expensive premium denims ever offered. As Tarinan explains, “you are not buying jeans, you are collecting art.”
Included in the collection are extravagant silk scarves rendered from Jet Art Paintings, onto the finest silk chiffon.
Major Jet Art paintings by Jurgen von Anhalt from a private collection will be available for viewing outside the Grand Ballroom on the evening of the show only.
Visit the company’s website for more information: www.jetartworld.com