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Lucky Brand Clover #03
A style guide for culture lovers
October 2013
In this issue
TIPS & TRICKS
TIPS & TRICKS

Treat yourself to October's
best new trends

Unzipped
Unzipped

Find out how to wear black &
white, in 7 easy pieces or less

fashion week update
Fashion Week Update

Steal citron from the runways

Behind the Scenes
Behind the scenes

Rock out with the new
punk bio-pic, CBGB

Riveting Right Now
Riveting right now

Explore our art, podcast and
pop culture picks of the month

Ritual Habitual
Ritual habitual

Model Tara Lynn dishes
on luck, costumes and beauty

Local Loves
Local loves

Scope out Santa Monica's
earthy hotspots

Lucky Genes
Lucky genes

Meet Lucky Brand's sign
illustrators Chris & Chris

Lucky Genes - For more than a decade, sibling artists Chris and Christina Lord have been hand-painting the iconic details that lend a unique artistic spin to each Lucky Brand boutique.

Cross the threshold of nearly any Lucky Brand store, and you’re bound to set foot on a paisley-motif that mimics a rug to create the subconscious feeling of having stepped into a gypsy beach-house. Look up and you’ll find vintage-inspired murals, a nod to our Los Angeles denim heritage. These details are more than décor. They’re a labor of love, crafted by a Southern California-born-and-raised duo who are affectionately known by the Lucky crew as “Chris and Chris.” In fact, the two siblings had become such legendary, attached-at-the-hip mascots that rumors circulated at headquarters that the two were twins. Fun fact: Both are flea-market obsessed and beach-bound but they were born two years (not two minutes) apart in Cosa Mesa.

Lucky Genes

At least one hundred paisley-rug emblems and vintage Lucky Brand murals; one of a kind mercantile-influenced signs; a clock to stop little kids in a fit of wonder when they enter the special shop soon to open at our Beverly Hills flagship: Each of these creations represents “a nostalgic art form we really enjoy unveiling,” says Christina, who started making signs when she was 20 years old.

Lucky Genes

For his part, Chris is a working artist and has been showing abstract paintings in Los Angeles galleries over the past ten years, a facet of his life that feeds his signage work, and vice versa. A part-time surfer, Chris is about to become a new dad, “the next chapter,” he says, in a life that’s always been about creativity, collaboration and family.  In his sister’s words: “When you work with passion, alongside someone you love, every little piece you create is a kind of masterpiece. Simple as that.”

Stay tuned to Clover for the unveiling of Chris & Chris' new artwork for our Beverly Hills headquarters in the November issue.

  • A Lucky Life Blog
    A Lucky Life Blog

    by our style director
    Karin Cole

  • A Lucky Life Blog
    A Lucky Life Blog

    by our style director
    Karin Cole

  • A Lucky Life Blog
    A Lucky Life Blog

    by our style director
    Karin Cole

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