Portrait of Frida Kahlo wearing a Chiapaneca dress
Frida Kahlo has been the inspiration for many designers who wants to portrayed her in their collections. One example is Riccardo Tisci, the head designer of Givenchy, who in the fall of 2010 created a collection inspired in this traditional mexican character.
Givenchy's dress inspired in Frida Kahlo's spinal pain
Ricardo Tisci said his collection was inspired by Frida Kahlo and her three obsessions: religion, sensuality and human anatomy. The colors of the collection are mostly white and cream trying to represent the colors of human bones.
Dresses from the Givenchy Fall 2010 collection
There is no doubt that this dress represent the Frida Kahlo's paintings, and therefore they are a good symbol of the rich mexican culture