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E la femme fatal ad essere protagonista: celebrazione ambivalente della bellezza femminile, in cui i paramenti preziosi del suo trionfo sono anche la sua prigione. Donne fasciate in guaine dorate, i cui volti e mani rivelano una delicata tensione spirituale che rimane tuttavia sospesa, immobilizzata entro la cornice formale. L’erotismo era per Klimt “la porta per il paradiso”. Ritrasse donne simbolo di voluttà, le immortalò anche in posizioni intime o nella dolcezza dell’abbandono.

Temptation of St. Anthony by Erik Sandberg

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Valentino Fall/ Winter 2015 show in March and Emilie Flöge-inspired designs. Emilie Floge was a coutuerier with a bohemian flair in Vienna at the turn of the 20th century. She was also the lifelong companion and collaborator of Gustav Klimt. her designs are worn by subjects of his paintings.

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Moritz Nähr~ Emilie Flöge and Gustav Klimt c.1905 Lentos Kunstmuseum Linz via Artadox

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Emilie Flöge – Art and Fashion with Gustav Klimt

Emilie Flöge and Gustave Klimt

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Gustav Klimt and Emilie Flöge in the Garden of the Villa Olleander on the Attersee, 1910. Photograph by Hans Böhler Neue Galerie New York

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Gustav Klimt & Emilie Louise Flöge, 1914. Emilie is wearing one of Gustav Klimt's dress shirts that he made for her.

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Emilie Louise Flöge (born 30 August 1874 in Vienna and died 26 May 1952 in Vienna) was an Austrian designer, fashion designer and businesswoman. She was the life companion of the painter Gustav Klimt.

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Emilie Flöge began as a seamstress in turn-of-the-century Vienna, working at her elder sister’s dressmaking school. Together, they won a dressmaking competition in 1899 and were commissioned to design a piece for a prestigious exhibition.

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Austria. Gustav Klimt & Emilie Flöge, 1910 // by Hans Böhler

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