Cindy Sherman Snaps NYFW Covers, Detroit Embraces X-Rated Art Show—and More

In the portraits, Ms. Sherman riffs on fashion week street style.

A cover by Cindy Sherman for Harper's Bazaar. (Photographer: Cindy Sherman)
A cover by Cindy Sherman for Harper’s Bazaar. (Cover Photo: Cindy Sherman)

Harper’s Bazaar has commissioned artist Cindy Sherman to do five satirical covers for the magazine for New York Fashion Week. In the portraits, Ms. Sherman riffs on fashion week street style, donning Prada and Dolce & Gabbana for the occasion.

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Cindy Sherman Snaps NYFW Covers, Detroit Embraces X-Rated Art Show—and More