Warhol's style lives on
We look at the products being released by the master of pop art
One thing that never goes out of style? Andy Warhol. The film Factory Girl (out Feb. 2) focuses on the tumultuous life of 1960s It Girl Edie Sedgwick (played by Sienna Miller), but we decided to pay homage here to the pop artist rather than his muse. ”He’s an icon up there with Albert Einstein and Marilyn Monroe,” says Barneys New York creative director Simon Doonan, whose Manhattan store windows were decorated Andy-style during what Doonan declared the Warholidays. So in honor of the latest portrayal of the white-wigged one — this time, by Guy Pearce — why not indulge in Warhol’s lust for mass consumerism?
Andy loved to gossip, so dish your favorite scoop in plastic cones decorated with Andy’s drawings.
Blow past the doorman in these limited-edition Royal Elastics camouflage slip-ons, complete with removable Warhol pin on the left shoE.
Too broke to score a real Warhol for your wall? Buy a nifty — and thrifty — iconographic accessories by Loop NYC instead.
Count down your own 15 minutes of fame with these infinitely fashionable timepieces.
Several fabulous pounds of fashion illustrations, far-out filmworks, and mass-produced celeb McPortraits.
We wigged out over the Levi’s partnership with the Warhol Foundation and the resulting jackets, tops, and jeans including the men’s ”Money” shirT and women’s cotton/silk/spandex ”Fragile” tee.
Can you tell the real Andy and Edie from the cinematic impersonators? Slap these mini Edie and Andy Lucite snaps on your fridge and make it even cooler.