The YARNZ, Spring 16 collection is an homage to the simplicity, intricacy, and beauty of the American quilt. Iconic graphics, springtime florals and graffiti patchworks, mash with indigenous geometrics for prints that summon history, future, and belonging. From bright blood orange to sun-kissed desert tones, colors are abundant and welcoming. The infamous, oversized Square scarves are always flirty and fun. This time featuring fashion friendly emojis and honoring the enduring appeal of esoteric pop art princes like Basquiat and Warhol. For Summer, linens embrace nautical euphoria, meshing Ikat with anchors, quilting with stars, and pinup with polka dot for seaside nostalgia a la Casablanca. In a wondrous season known for delicacy and detail, YARNZ spring 16 scarves are an artisanal companion to every look.
Yarnz and the Drug Policy Alliance, a non-profit organization advocating for drug policy reform, have joined forces and are pleased to announce The Yarnz Project. A collection of scarves featuring contemporary art produced by Yarnz will benefit the Drug Policy Alliance (DPA.) The collaboration with artists Peter Halley, James Nares, Erik Parker, and Raymond Pettibon.
The Yarnz Project
Helena Christensen X YARNZ X DPA
March 13, 2013
Street Style Report June 19, 2013