Karen Sophie was spotted ambling through the National Museum of Denmark. It’s not just her impeccable simplicity that grabs your eyes by the balls but mostly her vitalic short hair revealing an open-faced glow, which really reveals her resplendence. (photos by Mikkel Vigholt Petersen) (more…)
Annaknits her own clothes, so it’s no wonder we spotted her in the tapestry and woven art exhibition at the British Museum. We then took a stroll through the Grand Staircase to take a couple quick snaps. More photos here.
This little white, flouncy dress by Le Lis Blanc packs such a punch that crowds disperse in reverse hypnotism. Here’s Taniá – featured again, because we love her and we can – in front of the OCA museum in São Paulo, showing a pinch of skin at their exhibition on religious works of art from the Vatican.
I went to the Planetarium to space out for a day and what do I stumble into: a dress rehearsal for an upcoming fashion show. Here Trang takes a breather from her runway drills to flex some poised glances for the camera. (Photo by Xavier Aaronson)
How’s a girl supposed to see with all this hair, fog, and cerulean glow in her way? Anna’s doing her best not to bump into to anyone inside of Olafur Eliasson’s Your Blind Passenger tunnel installation at the Arken Museum. (Photo by Sarah Tora Hansen)
Here’s a video of the alluring and disorienting experience:
Security has been so good at their job lately that I’ve resorted to doggy paddling around the lobby of museums to snap a stylish photo. Here is a gleaming needle in a haystack, Siobhan spotted at the New Museum. (Photo by Xavier Aaronson)