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Thu, 12/08/2022 - 13:35
James Paul Cheung Cashmere

You may be familiar with Steve Miller, a Sagaponack artist who works with tech — X-ray machines, CT scanners, microscopy, sonograms, and so on — to draw our attention to issues of consumption and Earth’s dwindling biodiversity, but it’s unlikely you’ve ever worn a Miller piece, right?

Now, a boutique on Newtown Lane in the Village of East Hampton, called Curated by Thuyen, is offering Miller originals printed on cashmere scarves. They are from the James Paul Cheung brand, named after its eponymous designer. This one shows a crocodile X-ray, but you can choose from more than three dozen Miller images, from the botanical (orchids, pineapples) to an X-rayed Chanel handbag or Roget Vivier pump; $225,— East


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