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Schoeler's work is often concerned with the ideas of fragility, beauty, vulnerability, as well as representations of youth and masculinity. “Seen up close, the rich rendering of the surfaces of his models' skin is second only to the rich surfaces of the paintings themselves. It’s hard not to get lost in what he describes as the boundary between what is on the inside and what is on the outside." 
In 2009 Schoeler collaborated with Louis Vuitton’s Paul Helbers, designing a suit made entirely out of painted canvas for Esquire (UK Edition)’s Singular Suit Project, which was then exhibited at Somerset House in London. This collaboration was followed by a second in January 2010 when he and Helbers created a series of hand painted leather bags for Vuitton's fall/winter 2010/2011 men's wear collection.
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