A First Taste of Lucky Fin Prints from Tiffany Chou

This collab mini-collection is cool for guys and gals.


Everyone may have had coupling up on the mind yesterday, but today’s the day that we’ve found a match made in heaven, thanks to Tiffany Chou’s new collab project, Lucky Fin Prints.


Lucky Fin Prints

Photos: courtesy of tiffany chou


Chou paired up with an old classmate, Erin Reid, from her days at Rhode Island School of Design to create a pair-fect mini-collection of casual, screen-printed and adorned pieces for men and women. And, while romance may not be in this couple’s cards, super stylish creations definitely are, and they’re perfect loungewear pieces for the Island-minded lads and ladies, including comfy tees and caps.


Lucky Fin Prints


Oh, and, psst: If you haven’t put two and two together, this sneak peek at what’s to come from the Lucky Fin Prints pair is a teeny preview of sorts, which means you’ll be the first to get a taste of the brand before it gets really big. Currently, the pieces can be found on tiffanychou.com alongside the jewelry-and-swimsuit designer’s chunky, geometric rings and lush, tropical-flora-inspired accessories, as Chou tests the waters for demand.


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We have a feeling she’ll be seeing a double whammy of a response, because the Lucky Fin Prints weekend-ready pieces are as wearable and versatile as they come. We love the subtle touches, such as a brass fish silhouette pin sewed onto a washed-rust-color hat, or a sporty, heather tank with a school of wee hammerheads swimming up the racerback. Chou even threw in a couple of bags to her first Lucky Fin Prints run: a tote scrawled with hand-lettered type and a canvas pouch adorned with doodles of a dog, bone, leash and dog-food can.


Now, if only they’d release a full collection. On the double, people.


$30 and up, tiffanychou.com.


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