Chiara Ferragni has a tattoo of an eye on her left ring finger. Eyes have become synonymous with her fashion brand Chiara Ferragni Collection, which started out making shoes and has now included eyes in the designs for everything from bikinis to phone case. She told Female:
I created @chiaraferragnicollection in 2013 and it’s growing like crazy. I designed this blue eye for the first collection because eyes are the feature that I love the most in a person and it became iconic, it’s the logo of the brand now.
Eyes are a common tattoo motif since “evil eye” talismans are thought to ward off evil in many cultures. Chiara has confirmed that the tattoo does have some superstitious meanings to her, but wouldn’t elaborate on it, telling Glamour:
I really liked the aesthetic. The most iconic piece of my shoe line, Chiara Ferragni Collection, is the blinking eyes. There is a secret meaning about it I won’t tell. I am Italian, so I am pretty superstitious :)
She loves the look of eyes and has been known to wear eye jewelry from many different brands, not just her own.
Malu Trevejo got a surrealist design tattooed on the center of her chest in June 2018. Her tattoo artist Alex Chiong created the unique ocean-inspired design by superimposing multiple images on top of each other. There are a pair of eyes inked below Malu’s breasts and a conch shell where the woman’s nose would be. A school of fish fills in the space on the bottom while the top of the design features curved lines that represent waves and sea birds. On top of the tattoo is a little black crescent moon, which is often a symbol for women since the menstrual cycle lines up with the lunar cycle. The moon also controls the tides of the ocean.
Malu’s young age is always a source of controversy every time she gets a new tattoo, but this time things don’t add up. The tattoo was done by a licensed artist at a reputable parlor in Florida, where it is only legal to tattoo a minor with parental consent if they are 16 or older — and Malu was 15. The artist actually defended himself by posting a picture on instagram of Malu posing with police officers and wrote “Try again guys Malú is not 13 you guys are haters and her mom is here everyone and everything is fine.” Someone watching her livestream had called the cops who showed up at the parlor but did nothing. So either Malu has been lying about her age and she’s older than she says, or, more likely, she and her mom lied to the tattoo artist and the police and said that she was 16.
Lynn Gvnn celebrated her 24th birthday on March 15, 2018 by getting a tattoo. Her band PVRIS was on tour in San Antonio, TX so they met up with local artist Mason Chimato, who also gave drummer Justin Nace a tattoo of Roman numerals on his wrist.
Lynn opted for an intricate Eye of Providence design on her upper back. The all-seeing eye of God has a halo of emanating lines which represent rays of light. This particular drawing of the symbol, with four shooting arrows and a leafed branch below the eye, is a replica of a woodcut print created by American engraver Alexander Anderson in the early 1800s.
watch a video of Lynn getting inked
Dua Lipa got this homemade stick-and-poke tattoo of an eye in her own kitchen in March 2017. It was done by Amy Bowerman who is the wife of Dua’s drummer William Bowerman. After sketching out multiple versions of the eye on paper, Amy used a needle and ink to tattoo it onto Dua’s inside right ankle.
“@williambowerman has come over for dinner and as a house warming gift his wife is giving me a stick n poke tattoo,” Dua Lipa wrote on Twitter. She said the “all seeing eye” is there to protect you.
Julia Michaels has a tattoo of a geometric anatomical heart with an eye crying in the middle of it on her right arm. The crying eye represents a bit of her vulnerability and the whole design was inked on November 3, 2016 by talented artist London Reese.
As cliche as it sounds, it’s because I wear my heart on my sleeve. And we put the eye in there because it’s my way of showing myself a little bit. And showing that I’m slowly coming out of hiding. Because I do, I hide, and I’ve gotten so content with hiding over the years.