Chicago native and designer Shari Neal shares with us the latest spring capsule collection from her graphic t-shirt and accessories line, Bon Bon Vie. The line features all the main components Shari’s come to be know for: Simple and clean graphic designs with more complex social and cultural significance printed on comfortable, quality garments. Pieces from the jewelry line “Azúcar”, like the tees, are delicate and minimal but feature some fine and unique materials.

Check out a few of our fave pieces from the new collection. [Note: The last three pieces in the gallery are actually from past collections that we still need to snag. Love 'em!]

 

About the Line:

“Bon Bon Vie [named after the hit 1980 song by TS Monk] was born on the ideals of doing what you love, while living life to the fullest.” Welcome to the good life.”

“Bon Bon Vie’s mission is to celebrate the individuals who re-invent and re-define the Good Life; to champion a movement of self-identity and self-initiative; to create clean designs that read simple, but have a larger meaning; and to construct comfortable fitting clothing of the very best quality.”

 

For more about Shari and Bon Bon Vie, please visit the site: http://www.wearbonbonvie.com or follow the designer on Tumblr: http://sharibonbonvie.tumblr.com.

  • http://yosoylamala.com la mala

    i’m disappointed there’s no Celia Cruz here. still love the “Brown Skin Lady” shirt though.

    • http://www.wearbonbonvie.com Shari

      Glad you’re loving the Brown Skin Lady tee. Actually, the article isn’t 100% correct…only the jewelry line is called Azúcar. And yes, the name is a homage to Celia Cruz.

  • Akua Harris

    Yea I’m wondering why she called it ‘Azucar’

    • http://www.wearbonbonvie.com Shari

      The article isn’t 100% correct…only the jewelry line is called Azúcar. And yes, the name is a homage to Celia Cruz.

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