LACMA Teams Up With Two Designer Brands for an Art-Inspired Accessory Line

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 An RTH piece inspired by LACMA art | c/o Los Angeles County Museum of Art

An RTH piece inspired by LACMA art | c/o Los Angeles County Museum of Art


The Los Angeles County Museum of Art is partnering with brands RTH and Gabriela Artigas & Co. to create a collection inspired by the current art at the museum.

The clothing line appropriately titled "Wear LACMA" is the latest installment in a series the LACMA does in which they bring in independent designers to create unique pieces influenced by art currently on show at that particular time.

Independent brand RTH focused on Latin American and American arts currently on show to create necklaces, corsages, and more.

 A Gabriela Artigas & Co necklace inspired by LACMA art | c/o Los Angeles County Museum of Art

A Gabriela Artigas & Co necklace inspired by LACMA art | c/o Los Angeles County Museum of Art


Jewelry company Gabriela Artigas & Co. similarly took inspiration from an Ancient Asian collection of art that resulted in pieces like earrings, chokers and more.

The collection will be available on LACMA's online store as well as their store on Wilshire Blvd starting November 15. In the meantime, be sure to grab your tickets to the final Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA exhibition they are hosting about Mexican art.

For more information on that collection and ticketing, head here.


Written by Corey Fuller
Images c/o LACMA