andy warhol kiss, 1963 unisex tank top
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designed in a unisex silhouette, made with pure cotton fabric. this tank top features a scoop neck, sleeveless styling and an oversized print across the chest from Andy Warhol's film, Kiss.

Description
  • cotton unisex tank top
  • scoop neck
  • sleeveless
  • kiss print on the chest
  • topstitching
  • seaming details
  • Printed artwork: Andy Warhol, Kiss, 1963 ©/®/™ The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. ©2018 The Andy Warhol Museum
Fabric & Care
  • machine wash
  • 100% cotton
  • imported
Style Number
61901654-389
Universal Style Number
NM1654
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andy warhol kiss, 1963 unisex tank top

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As the latest installment in its unique and ongoing partnership with The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, CALVIN KLEIN introduces a special capsule collection of Calvin Klein Underwear styles. Classic silhouettes in white cotton are printed with two evocative, black and white stills from Warhol's experimental 1963 film Kiss. A marriage of Pop Cultural icons—Warhol, architect of Pop Art as we know it, and Calvin Klein Underwear—the offering includes tank tops and t-shirts, a men's brief and boxer brief, and a women's bralette and bikini.

One of Warhol's earliest cinematic explorations, for Kiss the artist trained his camera in close-up on 12 couples kissing, for 3 1/2 minutes each. In part a response to Hollywood censors of the day, which forbade lips lingering in a kiss for more than three seconds, upon its release the work was considered especially provocative for its depiction of biracial and homosexual pairings. The movie featured a mix of countercultural luminaries and Warhol's self-styled Factory "superstars" including Gerard Malanga and Baby Jane Holzer.