Dalí’s fashion forays are extensive. There are his own unending series of flamboyant outfits, all designed to shock and awe. He designed jewelry and collaborated with Dior and Schiaparelli. He’s the unabashed poster-boy for creative self-styling. The young Dalí was a dashing dandy. Unlike Nevelson and Georgia O’Keeffe who styled themselves memorably as they got older, Dalí became a caricature of himself.