EXCLUSIVE: A Lucky-Beloved Vintage Source Teams Up With Painter Leigh Nisonson On The Artiest Scarves Ever
Senior Digital Editor
Collaborations between the fashion and art worlds are a dime a dozen—think Yves Saint Laurent's iconic Mondrian dresses, Stephen Sprouse's (and Richard Prince's!) cult-forming Louis Vuitton bags, James Nares' painted carryalls for Coach and Damien Hirst's just-announced scarves for Alexander McQueen. But a new creative team-up, between Lucky-beloved vintage source PinkClouds (which stocks tons of past-decade Chanel and Céline) and abstract painter Leigh Nisonson, is bound to be our new favorite.
Manhattan native Nisonson's known for her vibrant image- and color-distorting canvases that examine the connection between the urban and natural worlds. Inspired by PinkClouds' feminine aesthetic, she created two new paintings exclusively for the online store, entitled Light Box Aqua and Light Box Blush, which the e-tailer then transferred onto featherweight silk scarves with the help of digital printers. The result? Gossamer, graphic accessories that can be worn either around the neck or as the world's prettiest beach coverup.
LEIGH NISONSON X PINKCLOUDS SCARVES, $295 EACH, PINKCLOUDS.COM