Our clutches could be equally worn on the red carpet or a rock concert or paired with jeans and t-shirts for a cool weekend look.
They are objets dart that combine some of the best contemporary artists in the world with our sensibility for fashion and design.
Sophisticated yet fun, these pieces are sure to catch more than one eye and start many conversations.
We will never revisit a collection and each season we will partner with different artists. Make sure to start collecting before they are gone.
Made in the United States
Acrylic clutch, magnetic closure, suede lining, stainless steel gold plated opt-in chain.
Signature etched on the back
Chain drop: 21 (chain dissapears inside if no desire to use)
Comes with a velvet pouch and gift box
Maria Brito is an award-winning, New York-based art curator, interior designer, product designer, book author and blogger. A Harvard grad, she is the CEO and creative force behind Lifestyling by Maria Gabriela Brito, a multidisciplinary platform that integrates contemporary art, design and fashion. Her clients include celebrities ranging from Gwyneth Paltrow to Sean Diddy Combs, creatives in the fashion and advertising industry, CEOs and many more. Maria and her projects have been featured extensively in national and international publications including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Elle Magazine, Harpers Bazaar, Time Magazine, The New York Observer, Interview Magazine, W Magazine, InStyle.com, Vogue.com, Vogue Mexico, Vogue Latin America, Vogue Brazil, Harper's Bazaar Arabia and more.
New York-based painter Natalie Frank is known for paintings and drawings that revolve around the human form capturing narratives of identity and sexuality with poignant, playful and theatrical visuals, sophisticated use of color, and lush material sensibility. She earned an MFA in visual arts at Columbia Universitys School of the Arts and a BA in studio art from Yale University. She was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship for study at the National Academy of Fine Art in Oslo, Norway and also attended the Slade School in London. Selected solo exhibitions include shows at The Drawing Center, New York; The Blanton Museum of Art at the University of Texas, Austin; Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago; ACME Gallery, Los Angeles; Arndt and Partner, Zurich and Mitchell-Innes and Nash, New York. Frank's work is represented in numerous collections, including Ackland Art Museum, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Blanton Museum of Art at The University of Texas at Austin, The Brooklyn Museum of Art, The Kemper Art Museum, Montclair Art Museum, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, The Rose Art Museum, The Weatherspoon Art Museum, The Whitney Museum of Art and Williams College Museum of Art. Natalies work has been covered in national and international publications and media outlets such as Art and Auction; Art in America; Art Review; Artinfo.com; Artnet News; BOMB; Flash Art; The Huffington Post; The Los Angeles Times; Modern Painters; New York Magazine; The New York Observer; The New York Times; The New Yorker; The Wall Street Journal and Vogue.com.Show More Show Less