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Edited by on March 29 2012 at 9:28 AM

After a period of somber (and cheap) blue, Pablo Picasso broke out of his depression and into his Rose Period. ‘Twas a time of harlequins and acrobats, Parisian nightlife and a deep cheerfulness. The palette is a burning red, with yellow-orange accents and black and bronze undertones.¬†Picasso’s two-year red phase started in 1904; get inspired by the turn of the century look.¬†

Art by Design: Picasso Inspires Marni & Vivienne Westwood

Getting dressed with a painting in mind is a cool challenge. And it will ensure your color palette is artfully mastered. See how Picasso got interpreted sartorially here.

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