Tuesday, 30 August 2011

LUCY JAY Now Available at Dropz, Norway

Lucy Jay is now now available at Dropz, Norway! Check out the online shop where there is a great selection of scarves from various collections.

While you are there have a look at the great mood board they have featured on their homepage.

Wednesday, 17 August 2011

LUCY JAY Now Available at Urban Outfitters

New in this week at Urban Outfitters are the Bryan and Irene scarves! Click here to follow the link to their online shop, or if you are on Oxford Street, London pop by their store to check them out.



Friday, 12 August 2011


What else needs to be said! From Jay Z and Kanye West's 'Watch the Throne' digital booklet.

Style Mews

This week Lucy Jay was launched on the online boutique, Style Mews. Featuring on the home page, the look book looks so great in the hearts and the collage below is so great! To shop, you can go to www.stylemews.com

Wednesday, 10 August 2011

Creative Review, Blog: Bless You!

The Creative Review Blog this week has written all about the Lucy Jay and Stone and Spear Collaboration! They discuss the designs and inspirations behind the collection, read the full article here. In their words, happy sneezing!

The Design Museum, Shop

From this week the 'Boffin' and 'Brohamolous' pocket squares are now available at the Design Museum Shop. Yeah!

Thursday, 4 August 2011

Amelia's Magazine: Lucy Jay Illustrations

One of the Lucy Jay stockists, Howkapow was interviewed by Amelia's Magazine discussing their online shop. Included in this interview was some illustrations of the scarves they stock; it was a really nice surprise seeing them, and here they are below.

Lucy Scarf: this was illustrated by Gareth A Hopkins. He has taken the image from the first look book as shot by Sarah Patel and added his own twist to it with the pink background and very bold hair style!

Patrick Scarf: Here the scarf has been illustrated by the Brooklyn based illustrator Gabriel Ayla. Again using the styling ideas from the first look book, the model has been omitted and replaced with a very street and gangster style drawing. A really unique and different take on Lucy Jay which is why it looks so great.

Claire Scarf: Finally Jenny Robins has taken various aspects of the image of the this scarf. The middle image looks great, I like how the print itself has been drawn, it brings a new dimension to the style.
You can read the full post all about Howkapow here, or alternatively check out the Lucy Jay scarves on their site here.