Imagine a museum, nestled amidst some of the most celestial churches in the world, whose sole subject is sex. Needless to say, I was surprised when—on a recent escapade to the sacrosanct Basilique du Sacré-Cœur—I came upon the explicit Musée de l’érotisme.
The rest of this blog is dedicated to hinting at Océane’s spectacular M.O.without actually revealing its finest of details. Here she is willingly flexing solo in front of Yves Ullens’ “Fascinating Lights” at this week’s Art Paris Art Fair. When she’s not snapping off art selfies, Océane is designing eco-conscious duds under the name of Océé.
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
With so many subtle touches of colorful detail, it’s hard NOT to take her photo. Cat is from Bistol, UK and just finished her art degree specializing in wooden sculpture. Here she is at the Centre Pompidou standing beside Francis Picabia’s colossal painting entitled Udnie.(photo by Xavier Aaronson)
Lolità was spotted at the Centre Pompidou in Paris. When asked what her favorite artwork was, she walked us straight to a wall covered in Georges Braque. When asked what the rest of her day was looking at, she hinted that she was going to rage at some warehouse party outside of Paris where Detroit techno legend Derrick May was expected to spin.
We said that we’re on the search for subtle flair at museums but we couldn’t resist. This is a kHyal in front of La Gaîté Lyrique in Paris. Her Yeti creation was featured at the Post Digital Monsters exhibition. An artist… wearing her own art… while standing in front of the museum that is currently featuring her own art… You can’t rack up any more Babe points than that. Photo by Karl Heine.