Miami Art Week 2016: MM6 Maison Margiela + Aaron De La Cruz

The brand's first-ever Design District pop-up shop features a striking, on-site only artist collaboration

Across the street from their permanent Miami Design District boutique—which played host to a stunning glass and crystal installation way back during Miami Art Week 2013—luxury fashion innovators Maison Margiela have opened the doors to their MM6 collection pop-up. The feminine, dynamic MM6 range—featuring clothing and accessories that employ their three-in-one promise of functionality—dots the considered, minimalist space. And within, artist Aaron De La Cruz …

Artist Jon Burgerman’s Classic Specs Canvas

As we all know, just about everything can be an art canvas. And Brooklyn-based Jon Burgerman has taken his charmed illustrations to eight Classic Specs sunglasses boxes. The entire piece is on display at Classic Spec’s Brooklyn Denim Company location, but each individual component can be won by way of an Instagram contest running right now. Burgerman is the latest artist to pair with the …

agnès b. 40th Anniversary Limited Edition Artist T-Shirts

Re-issued shirts from the brand's decades of collaborations with Basquiat, Kenneth Anger and more

In 1994, French fashion label agnès b.—designed by Agnès Troublé—partnered with artist Félix González-Torres for their now-iconic “Nobody Owns Me” graphic T-shirt. Since, the brand has collaborated with more than 60 artists over the years—working directly with the creator (or estate) to develop equally compelling apparel. Troublé’s interest in the arts extends well beyond this. The agnès b. store in SoHo, NYC regularly plays host …

Kristen Liu Wong + Luke Pelletier’s “Hanging Out” at Superchief Gallery, Brooklyn

An exciting collaborative exhibition in Greenpoint incorporating a bold mural

LA-based artists Luke Pelletier and Kristen Liu Wong have shown artwork together before, but never quite like what they’re doing at Greenpoint, Brooklyn’s Superchief Gallery. Their pieces do not simply hang beside one another on the black walls of a charming space that doubles as Tender Trap bar. Rather, the duo collaborated on a series of large-scale works—and one epic mural. Each painting contains stylistic …

Artist Marcel Dzama and the NYC Ballet’s “The Most Incredible Thing”

From vibrant set design to mesmerizing costumes and a promenade exhibition

For the fourth year in a row, the New York City Ballet has partnered with a fine artist as part of their Art Series performances. To date, however, no artist has been quite as involved as Marcel Dzama, this year’s collaborator. Not only does Lincoln Center’s David H. Koch Theater feature an exhibition of Dzama’s work (both sculpture and video) but the artist has designed …