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Whether or not you're familiar with all the details surrounding the life and work of the beautiful and tragic Frida Kahlo, chances are you've still come across some of her captivating self-portraits on more than one occasion. As one of the boldest and most influential women in history, Kahlo has inspired countless artists, writers, filmmakers, and individuals throughout the years. And while fashion designer Susanne Bisovsky may not be the first (and certainly not the last) person whose work draws inspiration from Kahlo, her pieces are undoubtedly breathtaking--and certainly pay worthy homage to the colorful surrealism and bold passion found in Kahlo's works. 

To see more Fridas, check out Bisovsky's website.

Images courtesy of Susanne Bisovsky and Atelier Olschinsky

 

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