"I feel there is something unexplored about woman that only a woman can explore."

Our Spring collection, inspired by the invocation of a powerful desert goddess, has us more obsessed than ever with Georgia O’Keeffe. Lucky for us, a brand new biography on the artist has just been released. Georgia includes unheard stories, quotes and letters that have us next-level inspired. One of America’s best artists, man or woman, O’Keeffe built a vast body of work, much of it inspired by her surroundings including the New Mexico desert where she lived much of her life. With an undeniably feminine perspective, her paintings of landscapes and blossoms are unparalleled.
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  • Title: “Cow's Skull with calico roses”

  • Title: “Black Iris” – 1986

  • Georgia at “Ghost Ranch” – 1968

  • Title: “Waterfall”- 1944

  • Title: “Hands on horses skull” - 1931

  • Title: “Rams head with white holly hock and little hills” - 1935

  • Title: “Red Canna” – 1923

  • Title: “Summer Days” – 1936

  • Georgia O’Keeffe