December 20, 2016
The tattoo is the hallmark of the modern young chef: most sport at least one, and many have entire sections of their bodies covered in colorful ink.
If you have a friend who wants to walk through the world like a chef for a day, consider these temporary tattos. They’re light, they’re cheap (2 for $5), and they come in animal, vegetable and mineral form.
I’m crazy about this pig:
partial to this kitchen set:
love this lemon
enjoy the elegant simplicity of these beans
and can hardly wait to wear this burger.
Check out the Tattly website for the entire range of tattoos. But if you’re worried about your gift getting there in time for Christmas, the tattoos are widely available at an astonishing range of clothing emporiums, book stores and museum shops. Here are just a few:
• Urban Outfitters• J.Crew’s crewcuts• Forever 21• Nordstrom• Colette• Museum of Modern Art• Deutsche Guggenheim• Rare Device• Whitney Museum• Paper Source• The Echo Park Time Travel Mart• National Gallery of Art• Ricky’s NYC• Strand Bookstore• The Standard on The High Line• Land of Nod• Powell’s City of Books• Conran Shop• Annie’s Blue Ribbon General Store
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