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The National Gallery launches printed leggings

The National Gallery has teamed up with East Sussex-based company Wild Bangarang to launch a line of leggings featuring famous paintings.

Following an approach from The National Gallery, Wild Bangarang has introduced a line of leggings featuring paintings ‘Sunflowers’ and ‘A Wheatfield, with Cypresses’ by Vincent van Gogh and ‘A Still Life of Flowers in a Wan-Li Vase’ by Ambrosius Bosschaert the Elder.

“We pride ourselves on dedication and a personal touch to each of our garments. This is attractive to brands like The National Gallery, which has strong guidelines and wants to protect its image,” said Adam Jay, co-owner of Wild Banagarang.

“We always work carefully on samples to make sure the colours and design are authentic and true to the brand, which makes our product the best on the market for printed leggings.

“The National Gallery designs were a challenge for us as we couldn’t edit a famous piece of art just to fit the leg shape.”

The collection will be available online and at The National Gallery.

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