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Lena at the Brooklyn Museum

Lena at the Brooklyn Museum

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Lena at Brooklyn Museum photo by Xavier Aaronson

Lena’s navy blazer, golden badge and cherry frames trifecta reminds us that preppy only works these days when it’s bred in Brooklyn. Beautiful and bad to the skeleton! (photo by Xavier Aaronson)

 


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Juliette at Brooklyn Museum

Juliette at Brooklyn Museum

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Juliette at Brooklyn Museum

How does someone turn an unadoring color into one that I want to have a  torrid love affair with, just by applying it to one’s lips? Here I am, stunned standing in front of the Brooklyn Museum, totally conquered by Juliette .  She’s spending the next couple months interning at 3.1 Phillip Lim. So if you’re lucky, you may bump into her. After all, NYC is actually way smaller world than we all realize. (photo by Xavier Aaronson) More photos here

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Alice at Brooklyn Museum

Alice at Brooklyn Museum

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Alice at Brooklyn Museum

Lil miss Frenchie here, ‘demoiselle Alice makes a sartorial point to mesh in with the American vibes by smothering herself in anything but Parisian style. Maybe you can catch her interning at the Tucker design label, if you can catch her at all. (Photo by Xavier Aaronson)


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No Need For Words

No Need For Words

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Who needs words when you’ve got eyeballs and articulate wrist action. Londoner-cum-Brooklynite artist, Shantell Martin tries her hand at our first ever, wordless art review. Her latest line drawing “Looking UP and ROUND from objects FOUND,” illustrates her impression of the Brooklyn Museum’s mesmerizing and monumental El Anatsui exhibition. For more on this creative polymath, check out her most excellent work over at her website.

 

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“Looking UP and ROUND from objects FOUND” 2013


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An Interview With Diana

An Interview With Diana

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Only a babe is capable of dealing with everyday oddities with the greatest of ease.

Most waffling dopes know that an uninvited chat rarely turns into light repartee. However, that was not the case with Diana, the waviest of creatures you’ll ever meet at the Brooklyn Museum, or any museum, or any Brooklyn.

We caught Diana during one of the tiniest moments of solitude, during which she was spacing out, waiting for her friends to meet her at the museum. She was sitting in the foyer when she completely lasso-ed our attention. Perhaps it was her tough-chick Doc Martens dangling from her freshly laundered, matching socks. I don’t know.

Since Diana is of the rarest strands of loveliness, she politely agreed to having a couple photos taken for BATM. Months trickled by and we could still not etch her out of our minds. To justify her magnanimity for the whole world to see, we tracked her down and asked her silly questions about bestiality in art, rappers playing artists in movies and more. Turns out, all this time, we were staring down the barrel of a funnier, smarter babe than we were ever prepared to encounter.

Check out our unserious interview here.

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Rosalie at Brooklyn Museum

Rosalie at Brooklyn Museum

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Rosalie’s colorful dress and relaxed eyes screamed Summertime! Not only is she into loud colors but she’s also studying architecture and wrapping up her internship in NYC before returning to France to get her diploma. (photo by Xavier Aaronson)


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Florine at Brooklyn Museum

Florine at Brooklyn Museum

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Florine at Brooklyn Museum credit Xavier Aaronson

Florine is French and interns at one of my favorite record labels, True Panther. She was spotted at the Brooklyn Museum for the Small Black and Lemonade show, as part of the museum’s Audiophile concert series. When asked if music belongs in the museum, she said, “It’s definitely not common to have music come together with museums, but I think it’s a great idea and it should be a natural fit.” Read full interview over at Vice.


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Anna at Brooklyn Museum

Anna at Brooklyn Museum

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Anna comes to us from Paris. She combined all of my favorite things: canvas sneaks, weathered jeans, (what looks to be) a leather collar, and faux sasquatch fur. She’s also an illustrator with very cool works under her belt. (photos by Xavier Aaronson)

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Diana at Brooklyn Museum

Diana at Brooklyn Museum

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While waiting for friends to arrive, we had the chance to shoot Diana in the foyer of the Brooklyn Museum. From her wavy, siren-like hair to her pattern socks and hardass Dr. Martens, BATM was secretly crushing very hard. Plus, something about her no-big-deal patience threshold for her tardy friends arrested our gaze and sucked us into all things Diana. She’s from San Francisco and if you see her, steer clear because she’s plowing through her second degree in Nursing and has no time for dumb talk from coconut heads. (photo by Xavier Aaronson)

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Sade at Brooklyn Museum

Sade at Brooklyn Museum

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This is Sade aka Booga Suga. She was spotted at the Keith Haring exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum. I don’t know what more babe, her celebration of Spring with her curve-hugging jumpsuit or the fact that her lipstick should have its own subgenre in “pop art”.  (photos by Xavier Aaronson)

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Iris at Brooklyn Museum

Iris at Brooklyn Museum

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For someone being all about discreet looks, I’m finally happy to have my eyes opened to someone with flair as loud and proud as Keith Haring‘s art. We spotted Iris at the Brooklyn Museum. She’s from Philadelphia and is a painter who goes by the name of These Pink Lips.  (photo by Xavier Aaronson) (more…)


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Tennessee at Brooklyn Museum

Tennessee at Brooklyn Museum

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Tennessee at Brooklyn Museum

Life imitating art… never going out of style. Tennessee is from France and was spotted at the Brooklyn Museum in front of Joseph Stella’s The Virgin. Photo by Allen Ying.


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