We talk about fashion being wearable art, but lately, it actually is — designers across the industry have been teaming up with the likes of Jeff Koons and James Jean to create the ultimate style masterpieces. Here, a look at some of our favorite items available now.
Is it really street style with out graffiti from the Pop Art King?
Coach x Keith Haring Sweater, $395
It's time to channel your inner Warhol.
Calvin Klein x Andy Warhol, $140
Orlinski's signature geometric, cut-from-diamond shapes combined with Hublot's masculine nature creates the perfect wrist sculpture.
Hublot x Richard Orlinski, price upon request
Give a girl the right
pair of shoes dress and she'll conquer the world.
Versace x Andy Warhol, $1,795
This bag took over 60 trials to get it just right. Yes, 60.
Dior x Lee Bul, $9,700
Make it rain...monopoly money!
Philipp Plein x Alec Monopoly, $585
Akris designer, Albert Kriemler, drew inspiration from Alexander Girard's wooden dolls combined with abstract color blocking, resulting in spring's must-have pants.
Akris x Alexander Girard, $1,490
Alessandro Michele looked to Elton John this season — the song "Level-Goodbye" is a part of Elton John's fourth album, Madam Across The Water.
Gucci x Elton John Tote, $950
Who wouldn't want to travel with Monet's infamous Water Lilies?
Louis Vuitton x Jeff Koons, $4,000
Classical art meets street syle in this t-shirt collab with Armani and Van Orton Design.
Armani Exchange x Van Orton, $50
Prada and James Jean have brought your notebook doodles to life.
Prada x James Jean, $2,400