Check out our styling edit for all your Art Week needs — from the perfect fair-trekking friendly shoes to the ultimate understated chic ensembles that say fashionable, but not too much (coz’ I’m more about my brains).
KILLER SHOES THAT DON’T KILL
Look comfortable while inquiring about the price of that Christopher Wool
The Birth Of Venus by Sandro Botticelli, wearing Nina Ricci dress & Nike sneakers
FAIR TO DINNER LOOKS
Go from conventions to cocktails without skipping a beat
The Creation of Adam by Michelangelo, Adam is wearing Valentino top, Ellery Pants & Ports 1961 Sneakers; God is wearing Balenciaga top, Current/Elliot skirt & Emilio Pucci Pump.
KICKS AFTER DUSK
For you to change in your ride over to dinner
Portrait of Madame Récamier by Jacques-Louis David, wearing Roksanda Dress & Casadei Pump
THE ARM CANDY CURATION
Where else are you going to put those business cards?
Malvine, Dying in the Arms of Fingal by Anne-Louis Girodet de Roussy-Trioson, wearing Donna Karen top, Chanel Necklace, Alexander Wang Skirt & Prada Handbag.
PAINT ME PRETTY
Fashion which took inspiration from art
Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci, wearing Valentino Bomber Jacket & Frame Denim.
DRESS CODE: AFTERPARTY
For dancing only
Flaming June by Frederic Lord Leighton, wearing Givenchy Shirt, Laurence Dolige Miniskirt & Chloé Lace-up Boots.