Now exclusively sold at Barneys New York, Lisa Perry launched her collection of bold, spirited women’s clothing in 2007 and quickly gained an enthusiastic following for her seamless blend of vintage and modern style. The New York-based designer, a graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology, draws on her passion for art and design of the ’60s and ’70s to create apparel, lifestyle and home collections with clean lines, geometric shapes and bright colors.



Lisa Perry Brings Her for Art to the Home

Launched in 2016, Lisa Perry’s collection of whimsical decor offers a bright and upbeat take on at home entertaining. Pulling motifs from her favorite art eras, the animated array of interior accents and tabletop wares is ideal for any optimistic affair.


Spring 2017

This season, inspired by the minimalist painter Brice Marden, Lisa stepped outside her usual palette of pure and primary hues to explore unexpected color combinations. From a scalloped edge mustard jacket to a burgundy rib-knit sweater with pastel pink graphics, it’s an exciting evolution.

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Andy Warhol
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Andy Warhol

As a prolific art collector, Lisa has developed relationships with artists and foundations, which has provided her with the opportunity to turn famed works into wearable art. Her first artist-inspired collection launched in 2010. Using images from 1960s photographers Nat Finkelstein and Carl Fischer, the limited-edition collection of dresses and t-shirts featured iconic images of Andy Warhol and Edie Sedgwick.

On a trip to Tucson Arizona, Lisa discovered the prints at the Eric Firestone Gallery and this spawned the first Lisa Perry artist inspired collection, featuring three very famous prints: Fischer’s Andy Warhol in a Soup Can, and Finkelstein’s Andy with Newspaper and Edie with Chain.

Upon Seeing the photograph of Andy Warhol drowning in a sea of soup, Perry thought to herself “this would be a phenomenal dress!”Lisa Perry, New York Times

The collection was comprised of three dresses along with a t-shirt line featuring Lichtenstein images Hot Dog with Mustard, 1963; Compositions I, 1964; Keds, 1961; and On, 1962.

It’s a very inexpensive way to get a piece of Pop Art. Well much less than the paintings.Lisa Perry, New York Times

This jacket is very Elvis; I’ll get one for my wife.Jeff Koons

In addition to five dresses, Lisa designed a t-shirt in Popeye, 2003; two bangles in Monkey Train (Birds), 2007 and Loopy, 1999; two totes in Diamond (Green), 1994-2000; a leather jacket in Rabbit, 1986; and two clutches in Monkey Train (Birds), 2007 and Loopy, 1999.

This cocktail dress with the whipped cream and cherry on it, the bottom looks like it could be a coconut.Jeff Koons

I thought Jeff was going to limit us in terms of the designs we got to work with, but he said, “my world is yours,” …I mean wow.Lisa Perry



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Travel Diary: Lisa Perry Takes On Marfa, Texas

Together with her husband, the adventurous fashion designer headed to the thriving, artsy Texas town for an inspiring weekend of minimalist art and one very maximalist party.

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Lisa Perry Introduces A New Color Palette For Spring ’17

This season, the art-savvy designer turned her discerning eye to minimalist work of modernist Brice Marden, which inspired her to explore color in exciting new ways.

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Lisa Perry’s Perfect Summer Entertaining

A new Lisa Perry exclusive! The irrepressibly upbeat designer is launching her pop-art influenced home collection and a curated selection of dining and décor favorites at Barneys New York.