What Nina Loves

MC Creative Director NINA GARCIA shares a gallery's worth of art-inspired pieces for everyone.

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MC Creative Director NINA GARCIA shares a gallery's worth of art-inspired pieces for everyone.
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Clutch and Go

Céline's primary-colored accessories will come in handy next spring.

$2,300, Céline; 212-535-3703

Courtesy of Céline
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Game Changer

Make a play for dominoes graced with Keith Haring's pop art.

$60, MoMa Design Store;momastore.org

Courtesy of MoMa Design Store
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Top Art

Novelty sweatshirts take a turn for the baroque.

$59, Sugarpills; sugarpillsclth.com

Courtesy of Sugarpills
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Wax On

Light up her life with a candle featuring Jean-Michel Basquiat's Trumpet.

$47, Ligne Blanche Paris; ligneblancheparis.com

Courtesy of Ligne Blanche Paris
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Grand Opening

Send the jet-setter in your life to Art Basel Miami Beach, where the Pérez Art Museum Miami, designed by Herzog and De Meuron, opens to the public this month.

pamm.org for information.

Courtesy of the Museum
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Different Strokes

Find your inner Pollock with the Microsoft Surface 2.

Tablet, from $449, Microsoft Surface 2; surface.com

Courtesy of the Company
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LumiSource LED Glow Chess Set
Courtesy of the Company
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Face Time

Miuccia Prada's vibrant fur coat is the picture of outwear perfection.

Prada, spring 2014

Courtesy of Prada
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Pillow Talk

Jules Pansu is the first and only weaver with the rights to create a collection from the paintings of Pablo Picasso. Spruce up your bedroom with this piece (I'm obsessed), featuring a portrait of the late artist's wife Jacqueline.

$116, The Picasso Collection by Jules Pansu; emiliorobba.com

Courtesy of the Company
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Howdy Doodle

Photographer Jackie Nickerson's work Another Africa was the inspiration for this sweatshirt.

$490, Célinedric Charlier; net-a-porter.com

Courtesy of the Company
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Poster Girl

Check out Paddle8, an auction site phenomenally curated by Alexander Gilkes and Aditya Julka. One of my favorites is this print by Asher Penn.

paddle8.com

"Courtesy of the Company"
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Electric Company

Leave it to MoMa to offer the most vibrant power adapters, reminiscent of Herbert Bayer's works.

$25 for four, MoMa Design Store; momastore.org

Courtesy of MoMa Design Store
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Printer Matter

This Jean-Michel Basquiat Retrospective is the book to give this holiday season.

$65; amazon.com

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One to Swatch

Chanel's classic handbag gets a painterly touch.

$2,700, Chanel; 800-550-0005

Courtesy of Chanel
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Block Party

Louis Vuitton's icons collection takes its cue from the late modernist architect Charlotte Perriand.

"Courtesy of the Company"
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Hang Time

For the Chanel show in Paris, Karl Lagerfeld transformed the Grand Palais into a museum with 75 paintings and sculptures sketched by the Kaiser himself.

Courtesy of the Company
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Built to Last

Replicate the world's most iconic structures—like NYC's Guggenheim Museum—in Legos.

Lego set, $39.99, The Lego Group; lego.com

Courtesy of The Lego Group
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Cover Palette

Show off your true colors with this artsy iPad case.

$49.95, Zazzle; zazzle.com

Courtesy of Zazzle
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Master Pieces

The bold hues and patterns at Céline were totally unexpected. It's like wearable art.

Céline, spring 2014

Courtesy of Céline
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