Wrapping up fashion week, New York-based artist Bradley Theodore(@bradleytheodore) paid homage to fashion and its icons with his industry-inspired original pieces at the ACA Galleries in Chelsea’s gallery district. Theodore, widely known for his pastel abstract murals inspired by fashion royalty like Tom Ford, Karl Lagerfeld and Rick Owens on Ludlow St. in Manhattan's Lower East Side, was on hand to greet guests and pose for photos with his work. Champagne flowed while guests gushed over the vibrant creations and they were treated to the opportunity to watch the artist use virtual reality technology to create one if his signature pineapple pieces on site. Theodore began as a street artist and has since worked with Sony, Universal Studios and numerous fashion designers. Theodore's work will be on display and for sale at the gallery through October 29th.
Photos by courtesy of ACA Gallery and BLKLN Clothing.