The paintings of Van Gogh have inspired this bohemian artist/fashion designer Geovà. The combination of Van Gogh's wildly colorful masterpieces and dark mysterious works is the conceptual backbone of Geovà's Spring 2005 Collection. Geovà somehow manages to whip up fun, frilly deconstructed cocktail dresses, blouses, skirts and accessories from found fabrics and even donated vintage fabrics from friends all over the world. This season, you'll see beautiful vintage Japanese prints, 1960's florals and vintage plaids, all mixed with sequins & tulle or jersey & silks.
Geovà's one-of-a-kind creations have been snatched up by everyone from
top stylists and downtown hipsters to chic doctors and fashionistas.
The Geovà collection has been featured in Vogue (American, French and Italian), Harper's Bazaar, V Magazine, Nylon, WWD, Elle Magazine, Interview Magazine, The Los Angeles Times, Jalouse, Metrochannel's Full Frontal Fashion and other major fashion media. One can find Geovà's designs exclusively at Geovà Atelier, 208 Avenue B, NYC and Septiem Ectage in Geneva, Switzerland.