Antonio Lopez was a man who injected sensuality, transgression and fun into the 1970s New York and Paris fashion scenes. This entertaining documentary by James Crump to be released in October shows how fashion illustrator Antonio Lopez breathed an alluring wind of change in these worlds. Coinciding with the decline of haute couture and the rise of prêt-à-porter, Nuyorican Antonio Lopez (Puerto Rican-born and New York-raised) took the rather sedate world of fashion illustration by storm, creating colorful pictures inspired by street-life, people of color and a particular take on transgressive sexuality. Lopez’s talent, appetite for life and magnetic sex […]
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