Fashion's always held a fascination with Cindy Sherman - and vice versa. She's worked on ad campaigns with Marc Jacobs and titled a series of photographs "Fashion" - but now she's actually designed clothes. She, along with costume designer Adam Kimmel's, outfitted the dancers in I Drink the Air Before me, Stephen Petronio's 25th Anniversary production which kicked off at the Joyce Theatre last night. There are three sets of costumes, the middle features jumpsuits - the womens' look like this Alexander Wang and the mens' are reminiscent of this Stella from Spring 06 and the final set features a collection of perfectly striped tees. We wish we could own a Cindy Sherman designed outfit, but watching one on a spectacular dancer isn't half bad.
MAC's Collabs Are Getting Weirder and More Conceptual and We Love It: Check Out the Cindy Sherman Collection
Cindy Sherman, the photographer known for using herself as a subject in various strange get-ups, is the new MAC muse. MAC has always embraced its edgier side, but they're outdoing themselves lately with the sure-to-sell-out Gareth Pugh collab, and now this very provocative campaign with Sherman. This collection is enormous, and full of pigments representing a veritable rainbow. There are Lipglasses, foundations, and lipsticks galore, which will all be available on September 29. So grab a wig and an obscure cultural reference and go crazy. Click through to see Cindy's other looks and a lineup of some of the pieces from the line.