Gucci Hallucination

Let’s face it: as art lovers, sometimes we can’t help but show the world how cultured we are. Fashion has always been a potent form of expression for the art world, and this summer is no exception. From high fashion to street style, we’re positive that there’s a fashion and art collab for you!

  1. UNIQLO x MoMA – SPRZ New York, The MoMA Special Edition

    UNIQLO x MoMA - SPRZ New York, The MoMA Special Edition
    Have you been to the MoMA recently? If not, go now!! If you have, you may have noticed the UNIQLO and MoMA partnership. Thanks to this amazing collaboration, you can now get graphic t-shirts based on leading modern artists like Jean-Michel Basquiat and Julian Opie. This is the perfect artful (and affordable) wardrobe choice!

  2. Gosha Rubchinskiy x Adidas

    Gosha Rubchinskiy x Adidas
    Are you a soccer fan? Super hyped for the 2018 World Cup? Well then, you’re in luck. Photographer and designer Gosha Rubchinskiy and Adidas announced their collaborated collection just in time for the World Cup. Grab some World Cup gear before you go cheer on for your team!

  3. Calvin Klein x Andy Warhol Foundation

    Calvin Klein x Andy Warhol Foundation
    Calvin Klein entered into a 4 year collaboration with the Andy Warhol Foundation, in which CK gets access to the full breadth of Warhol’s creations–even unpublished works! Keep an eye out for new designs and, who knows, you might run into something you haven’t seen before.

  4. Coach x Keith Haring

    Coach x Keith Haring
    Keith Haring’s iconic artworks came to life through the Coach x Keith Haring collaboration in Coach’s Spring 2018 campaign. As Coach described, it’s a celebration of the brand and the artist’s legacy inspired by the spirit and optimism of our very own NYC! 

  5. Gucci Hallucination

    Gucci Hallucination
    Instead of a single artist, Gucci’s S/S 2018 campaign was inspired by classic artworks. Under creative director Alessandro Michele, Gucci presented digital paintings featuring works from Hieronymus Bosch’s Garden of Earthly Delights to John Everett Millais’ Ophelia. If you’re an art history nerd and want to treat yourself, go for the Gucci!