The late Andy Warhol is noted to have famously said that, “Land really is the best art,” and the “LANDSCAPES” capsule collection – the latest offering from Calvin Klein's creative partnership with The Andy Warhol Foundation – brings to life the artist’s snowy black and white photographs of Aspen, Colorado.

Having referred to his time in Aspen in nearly 30 diary entries, the 1980s saw him document the uninterrupted landscapes gazetted across each piece from the collection above. This new collaborative venture illustrates the artist's emotional connection with Aspen through images discovered in the archives of The Andy Warhol Foundation.

Readily available online at Calvin Klein, and worldwide suppliers, “LANDSCAPES” is a nostalgic addition to this year’s cold-weather roster.

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