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24/03/2017
Someone get a frame on this thing.

Words by

Kristen Byass

Australian womenswear label, By Johnny, has teamed up with young Italian mixed-media artist, Rebecca Coltorti, on a quirky collaboration.

Working together to produce five images that promote the By Johnny Stellar collection, the collages were created using various traditional and digital art techniques.

At only 21, Coltorti has worked with magazines like Cosmopolitan MX, Nylon and Schön. This isn’t her first fashion collab either, as she’s previously worked with international label, Sisley.

Coltorti publishes most of her work to her website and social media platforms. You can keep up to date with her movements via the link below.

rebeccacoltorti.com
byjohnny.com.au

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