I’ve never seen someone express and comport themselves so harmoniously with the arts as Sofya did. The LACMA museum is the expansive sea to this babely fish. (photos by Allen Ying)
In a bland hallway, I saw a wandering pile of flowy confetti. Phyllis was spotted in the foyer of the MoMA PS1. She admitted that her jacket was scooped up at the dollar store and I loved her that much more for it. Good style doesn’t need to come at an exorbitant price. Plus, it’s probably best to save your loot for the museum entrance, anyway.
Anna knits 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.
All I want is to celebrate unsung beauties, the same way Jessica Diamond’s “Tribute to Kusama: Infinity” just wants to lionize the least selling color in the art world.
We spotted Annie at the New Museum last week. But instead of zooming in on Annie’s billowing hair, fierce eyebrows, crimson lips, and cheekily flowy dress, we thought it’d be more exciting if we just illustrated a sprinkling of babely hints.
It’s like Proust sort of said, let’s leave the super obvious hotties to the men with no imagination.
At my first Art History class back in college, I arrived late to a crowded classroom, disproportionately dominated by women. These photos by Alisadair McLellan of Edie Campbell for 032c magazine remind me exactly of that first day and my first reaction, which was to plant myself in the front row, away from gorgeous and smarter-than-I distractions. The location of the photos is uncertain but if I had to guess, I’d say that the photos were taken at the Victoria and Albert Museum and perhaps also at the British Museum. I could be wrong. More photos at It’s Nice That.
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)
The brighter the light, the darker the shadows. This alabaster doll gets the search light treatment and appears to be harmonizing quite amusingly with her own silhouette. Marie-Clare was spotted at SF MoMA’s Frequency and Volume, Relational Architecture 9 exhibition by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer. When asked the reason for her visit, she mentioned that she was researching for her own exhibition at the California-based Crocker Art Museum.
You mad cuz she stylin’ on you: Grams at SF MoMA checking out the collaborative installations 50/50 Floor by Tauba Auerbach and Homographies by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s. (Photo by Andria Lo)
Some dudes get that funny foliage feeling when October rolls around and without warning, they get all dapper on us. Timothée is a graphic designer and was spotted on his way out of the MoMA PS1. (Photo by Xavier Aaronson)