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Simplicity always wins.  After a brief tour of the Free Wheel bicycle exhibition at the Holon Design Museum, the sprightly Anaël comes gunnin’ straight for us camera with her perfectly paired getup.  The beautiful bending architecture you see in the background is  a creation by museum designer Ron Arad. Here’s to a sublime start to the Spring. (photo by Sarah Peguine) 

A pink beanie and turquoise high-tops say I’m the art world’s miscreant purveyor of chuckles and flare. Deal with it. When he’s not in his b-boy stance in front of a Richard Serra prow-like sculpture, he’s making tight videos and DJ’ing parties of insubordinate romp. (Photo by Xavier Aaronson)

We met Alex at the rotunda-shaped Guggenheim where she was checking out some of Christopher Wool’s pattern paintings. Her relaxed élan made her more intriguing than a lunar landing. More here

the museum is your runway. @giathejetsetter balling with her bowler art strut at @mocalosangeles #Swiss #UrsFischer #MOCA #losangeles 

If “no loitering” was enforced then we wouldn’t have these moments: @varyaaa at @Stedelijk in #Amsterdam

women are like art, they’re made to be loved, not understood: @latiop at #EastSideGallery in #Berlin by @o_c_e_e #oscarwilde

her love for art is written all over her face. @wihlke at @HornimanMuseum by @borghetti #regram

Lisa at the Museum De Paviljoens (photo by Jonne Kingma)

More on babe and art here: http://bit.ly/14H27t2

Lisa at the Museum De Paviljoens (photo by Jonne Kingma)

More on babe and art here: http://bit.ly/14H27t2

Elegance, Hood, Insouciance: Monica wins on all counts in her dome-hugging cornrows and checkered, two-piece fatale suit. Here she is scoping out the photorealist painter Nick Flatt at White Walls gallery in San Francisco. 

Elegance, Hood, Insouciance: Monica wins on all counts in her dome-hugging cornrows and checkered, two-piece fatale suit. Here she is scoping out the photorealist painter Nick Flatt at White Walls gallery in San Francisco. 

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As part of a new collaboration for @meinmyplace, Xavier of Babes At the Museum (@museumbabes) shoots Camber (@camberlily) for MIMP.

Up next… Camber.  Mixing it up a bit with a photoshoot from the founder of one of my favorite sites, Babes At the Museum.  This should be super fun for sure.  As always, don’t let me bore you with my words, let’s hear a little bit from Camber…

Everyone always asks me what it’s like to be a native New Yorker.  What’s it like being a native from anywhere?  I loved growing up in the city: the diversity, the endless opportunities and experiences, the energy of millions of strangers so close together on such a small island.  When you grow up in the city you have to learn how to be self-reliant, independent, to take it all in stride — and for that I’m the most grateful.  It means that no matter what comes my way, chances are, I’ve seen it all before ;)  And if I haven’t, then here’s to another new experience!  -Camber

And from Xavier… a writer, sporadic producer and insatiably dedicated shutterbug to the under-celebrated peacocking in museums, Xavier Aaronson is the latest member of the Me In My Place gang of contributors. 

I live in a spacious room of wonderment in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, where my cellphone gets practically zero reception but where faces come to hang, in real life.

I met Camber at the American Museum of Natural Museum. The encounter was brief since it occurred around the same time the museum was closing. So a couple photos with reconstructed dinosaurs and taxidermied elephants would have to suffice.

Soon after, I was tapped on the shoulder by MIMP to shoot a museum “babe” for the site. Camber was the ruling choice, hands down. It’s with enormous luck that Camber was enthusiastically into the idea of being shot in a series of poses that would have felt a bit misplaced and outright forbidden in a museum.  -Xavier

As always, those of you with the MIMP APP have already started enjoying this wild wild ride…  and you can attest to the fact that this is going to be super fun ;-)

This summer is going to melt your make-up and drench your pits.

You’ll wish you had bought that bottle of talcum powder at the 99 cent store for those extra humid crotch spots.

Here, the mesmerizingly adorable Nanna demonstrates how to relish the dog days with a simple white tank that shows off a winding collarbone and silky smooth guns.

Grab one here.

(Photos by Mikkel Vigholt Petersen)

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)