Fashion

Art Baby Girl’s New Collection is Perfect for Adult Sleepovers

Fashion

Art Baby Girl’s New Collection is Perfect for Adult Sleepovers

+

Photography: Savanna Ruedy
Styling: Savannah Louise

Brooklyn-based illustrator and curator Grace Miceli, who works under the moniker Art Baby Girl, has her hands full with a number of notable projects. In addition to overseeing her own self-titled online gallery space, she’s been embarking on a national tour, “Nowhere Now,” with her Alt Space collaborators. Now, her ventures have extended into fashion with an exclusive Print All Over Me collection.

For this campy lineup, Miceli created illustrations that look as if they were drawn directly onto garments. Like with previous PAOM exclusives, there’s a wide array of silhouettes available, from slip dresses to kimonos, silk scarves to raincoats. They’ve even designed a bean bag chair, which echoes Miceli’s core inspiration for the collection: grown-up sleepovers with your BFF’s.

With this in mind, she drew one print, “Flirt,” aptly featuring sleepover essentials, like pizza boxes, flaming hot Cheetos and handcuffs; another called, “Sad Snacks,” stars sugary cereal boxes replaced with existential names like, “I Don’t Know Who I Am Anymore,” or “I Felt Excited.” Shop it all, here.