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Amber at Whitney Museum

Amber at Whitney Museum

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Amber Case at Whitney Museum by Madelyn Dressler

Museum wanderer Amber harmonizing swimmingly with Jasper Johns’ Three Flags in her snazzy Francine Dressler tee.

 


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Katie at Château de Versailles

Katie at Château de Versailles

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Katie Booth at Chateau de Versailles

Lustrous hair billowing around the bundled up neck of an American girl living in Paris… Need I say more?  Her Dooney & Burke bag and Jeffrey Campbell loafers are all the accoutrements Katie really needs to stay  stylishly (and functionally) bedecked for a long day at the Château de Versailles. More photos of Katie here

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Sophia at Whitney Museum

Sophia at Whitney Museum

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sophia at whitney museum by xavier aaronson

I was skeptical about yellow on yellow but then realized lemon and mustard are totally different colors. Sophia is an art teacher in San Francisco and here she is in front of Nick Mauss’ “Concern, Crush, Desire” (2011) at Whitney Museum’s 2012 Biennial.  More Sophie here. (photos by Xavier Aaronson) (more…)


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Sarah at Whitney Museum

Sarah at Whitney Museum

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sarah whitney by xavier aaronson

Being all fluorescent and fuzzy either makes you one of the exhibiting artists or you’re basically telling the exhibiting artists “I’m not an artist but watch out, cuz I’m here.” This is Sarah in the Whitney Museum staircase wearing one of her own designs. More photos HERE. (more…)


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Opening night at New Museum's Triennial: "The Ungovernables" (Part 1)

Opening night at New Museum’s Triennial: “The Ungovernables” (Part 1)

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Allese at the "The Ungovernables" Opening at New Museum

Last Tuesday, we attended the opening of The New Museum’s Triennial: “The Ungovernables”. It was our first time at an opening as “Babes At The Museum” so of course we lost all control and snapped away like crazy. As expected, there was a sea of babes in snazzy garbs and spiffy style shuffling through floors. More photos HERE.

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Colleen at MoMA PS1

Colleen at MoMA PS1

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Colleen at MoMA PS1

This is Colleen standing in the middle of Surasi Kusolwong’s large-scale “Golden Ghost” installation at the MoMA PS1. Photo by Xavier Aaronson


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Kathleen at MoMA PS1

Kathleen at MoMA PS1

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Kathleem at MoMA PS1

BEFORE: “Sure. Go ahead”

Kathleen at MoMA PS1

AFTER: “Are you done yet?”

If you don’t get the shot within a few seconds, be ready for the kind of charming spunk that reminds you of your first crush on a girl who could positively squash you with her feistiness. Kathleen was spotted at MoMA PS1. When she’s not designing her own clothing line, she’s writing about what a closet full of internet fashion would look like. Photos by Xavier Aaronson


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Hannah at Dia:Beacon

Hannah at Dia:Beacon

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Hannah & Dia:Beacon

Staff is always more understanding than the glaring prohibitions signs they pose next to. This is Hannah. She works at the Dia:Beacon and she was one of those few babes who actually work at the museum. Photo by Xavier Aaronson


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Jessica at MoMA

Jessica at MoMA

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Jessica & Warhol
We had more of an eerie, Fever Ray-type scarecrow idea in mind for the photo but Jessica’s own flowing interpretation was a more fitting contrast in color and contortion with Andy Warhol’s Orange Car Crash Fouteen Times . Photo by Xavier Aaronson


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Erin at the MoMA

Erin at the MoMA

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Erin in front of Will Barnet’s “Golden Tension” at the MoMA in NYC. Photo by Xavier Aaronson


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Britany at MoMA

Britany at MoMA

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Britany at MoMA

Britany at MoMA
 Brittany in front of Richard Lippold’s “Five Variations within a Sphere” at the MoMA in NYC. Photo by Xavier Aaronson


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Marquan at Brooklyn Museum

Marquan at Brooklyn Museum

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Marquan at Brooklyn Museum

We caught Marquan hanging out at the Brooklyn Museum with a lady friend. Their bits of tomfoolery reminded us of the scene in Godard’ s “Band of Outsiders” when they run through the Louvre. Marquan is standing in front of an installation by Mounir Fatmi called Maximum Sensation, which is a collection of 50 skateboards carpeted with prayer rugs for grip tape. Photo by Xavier Aaronson


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