>It’s a very exciting time for Marni right now. The brand has a new creative director, Francesco Rissi, who was just appointed in October—only the second to have the title, as he succeeded the brand’s founder, Consuelo Castiglioni. But while we’ll have to wait until next fashion week to see what the new leader has in store, the limited-edition holiday collection makes one thing certain: The brand’s daring prints are not going anywhere.
Playfully named Blinky, Marni’s newest capsule collection is inspired by abstract art of the 1960s—and likely the work of Blinky Palermo. Think bright, clashing colors; sharp lines; and patterns that repeat. For the Italian label, which is already so masterful with graphics, this translated to 11 pieces offering everything from dangly earrings that are on trend to a sporty windbreaker that’s great for layering to a really beautiful silk handkerchief that would make an amazing gift.
>This special collection is only available through January 7. So scroll down to shop—stat.
For when you're ready to upgrade the bandana neckerchief you've worn more times than you can count.
Statement earrings that are sleek, not sparkly.
You're one step away from becoming part of pin culture.
Perhaps the prettiest way to ward off inclement weather.
The Marni pocket bag with a pretty pop of red.
Have a favorite piece in this limited-edition line? Shout it out in the comments, and tell us how you'd style it.