Today, Ruth La Ferla of the New York Times wrote about the influx of Andy Warhol merchandise and the increased fascination with that era. I have been eagerly anticipating Sienna Miller’s “Factory Girl”, and have long been an admirer of all things Warhol. For me it is not nostalgia as I am but in my early 20s, but more of a fascination with Warhol the artist, businessman, personality, and of course the pop art movement that he was apart of. Read the article here: The Selling of St. Andy

Here are some of my Warhol inspired picks:


top: Edie Factory Girl $19.77 @ amazon.com; Andy Warhol DIY Tote $38.00 @ urban outfitters; Andy Warhol’s Women in Revolt Tee $28.00 @ urban outfitters; Andy Warhol Fashion $16.95 @ urban outfitters;

middle: Edie Sedgewick Ciao Manhattan Tee $32 @ urban outfitters; Andy Warhol GIANT SIZE $78.75 @ amazon.com; Warhol Cube $9.00 @ urban outfitters; Andy Warhol Screen Tests: The Films of Andy Warhol Catalogue Raisonne, Volume One $37.80 @ amazon.com;

bottom: Andy Warhol by Loop Design Tote $38 @ urban outfitters; Andy Warhol 1960s Flower Plates $24.00 @ urban outfitters; Andy Warhol 365 Takes: The Andy Warhol Museum Collection $19.77 @ amazon.com; Edie: Girl On Fire pre-order $37.50 @ amazon.com;

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