James Jean

26 Oct

James Jean’s fairy murals inspired the prints of the Prada Spring/Summer 2008 Show.

Some James Jean’s collaborations : Gap (James Jean designed a T-shirt for the Gap (Product) Red Autumn/Winter 2009-2010 line), James Jean X Lane Crawford (on October 18, 2012, to celebrate the launch of James Jean’s handcrafted fine-jewelry collection, OVM, which features the « Bone », « Butterfly », « Drip » and « Strata » lines, Hong Kong’s Lane Crawford unveiled the « Velum » collaboration, featuring James Jean’s line of chiffon printed scarves, pouches and iPhone veils, created around the concept of transparency, and presented at Lane Crawford’s Blitz concept space, within a James Jean-designed installation), Phillip Lim (in 2010, James Jean was commissioned to paint portraits of Los Angeles-based actors, musicians and trendsetters), Prada (in the Summer of 2007, James Jean was commissioned to create a wallpaper for Prada’s New York Epicenter, which spotlighted the heroine, Mary, searching for her lost lamb in a landscape full of carnivorous flowers ; the fairy Mary was also present in the painting James Jean made for Prada’s Spring/Summer 2008 runway, which also inspired the prints of this collection, and the James Lima-directed « Trembled Blossoms » short film, based on James Jean’s illustrations, in collaboration with Michael Rock and Sung Kim, also known as the 2×4).

Photo : Marcio Madeira /




Posted by on October 26, 2012 in Art


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2 responses to “James Jean

  1. Cat in my Bag

    October 27, 2012 at 1:33 pm

    Hi! I nominated you for the Liebster Blog Award – see my latest post. Y xo

  2. Fashion Mayann

    October 29, 2012 at 8:22 am

    That is a huge honor. Thank you very much ! XOXO


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