We’re so excited to have several of our favorite merchants return to Chelsea Market this July! From beachy jumpsuits to acrylic sunglasses, we’ve got your mid-summer essentials waiting for you this month.
ISLYNYC serves up laser cut acrylic jewelry and accessories made by hand in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. These experimental statement pieces are refined and daring, walking the line between small-scale craftsmanship and the aesthetics of synthetic mass-production. ISLYNYC has worked with celebrities like Beyoncé, Madonna, Missy Elliot, and Sasha Velour.
These adorable hand illustrated prints were started by two friends (Megu & Mush) from Japan with a background in art, rock & roll and a love of animals and irony. We love seeing the world through a Pinky Pilots point of view (Megu describes her style as seeing the world through the eyes of an animal!). Their art will positively energize not only a space in your home, but also a space in your heart.
Julie Mollo is best known as the designer behind pop star Katy Perry's iconic fruit inspired ensembles and is the go-to stylist for rockstars and party girls looking to make a statement. Julie’s designs are made for those who are looking to stand out in a sea of similarity, so if you’re feeling bold or want some exciting accessories to add to your everyday looks, Julie has got you covered! Her designs are flirty and fun with a retro vibe, and it doesn’t get much better than that.
Chains by Lauren
Lauren Noon--designer behind Chains by Lauren--fantasized about opening a friendship bracelet shop. A native Californian heavily influenced by her beach town roots, her line of braided bracelets, delicate chokers, and textured bangles have been featured in Real Simple Magazine. Most recently, Vogue India highlighted her horn threader earrings! We’re in absolute love with her beachy, boho jumpsuits.
Shahrzad Ghadjar is a New York native who's made her name as a coast-hopping illustrator, editor and creator of visual art. Her brain child, Spooksvilla, is a line of pins, lighters, greeting cards, prints and more emblazoned with her unique hand-drawn illustrations of mythical creatures, city scenes, and tattooed women. Self-described as “Metal-Eastern” her work spans some very esoteric subject matter, some of which is perfectly suited for the spookier season. We're totally in love with all of her creations, and with magical finds like the adult coloring book Dinosaurs Smoking Weed, who wouldn't be?