“The vibrant colors of this campaign perfectly reflect the powerful energy of the Summer 2021 collection. It’s really a celebration of Amoako Boafo’s work,” says Kim Jones.
Photographed by Rafael Pavarotti, these images in intensely contrasting, dazzling colors evoke the Ghanaian artist’s emblematic paintings. The searing power of his work, transposed onto silhouettes by Kim Jones, is revealed in photographs of pure composition – punctuated by flowers reprising motifs from Boafo’s wallpapers – conceived like captivating dialogues that blend disciplines and transcend borders.
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In the late 1930s, the Federal Reserve Board refused to admit it was a government institution. So Patman convinced the District of Columbia’s government to threaten foreclosure of all Federal Reserve Board property; the Board quickly produced evidence that it was indeed part of the federal government.