Adele was surprised when we spotted her at the British Museum. She studies product and furniture design, carries a disproportionate black backpack wherever she goes and sports a yellow sheepskin vest that she “borrowed” from her mother who is a fashion teacher. Just babe’ing out, no big deal. (photo by Xavier Aaronson)
Annaknits 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.
I don’t know much about shoes but I know enough to pay attention to a girl’s flats if they feature cat ears and whiskers on them. Alexa Chung keeps it simple at the New Museum. She was spotted right before she hopping on Carsten Höller’s interactive Slide installation. (photo by Xavier Aaronson)
We first met Brianna at the MOCA. She was doning a slightly see through sweater and some cheeky, lacerated jean shorts. Her bare-legged stance and winning expression was everything you’d expect from the youthful spirit of the West Coast.
Brianna‘s flowing blonde locks and feline fragility were impossible to erase from our banana brain. So we recently touched base with the LA-based model to sneak an irresistible second glimpse of her unmistakably precipitous frame. This time, the photos were taken outside of the museum, way after closing hours.
I went to the Planetarium to space out for a day and what do I stumble into: a dress rehearsal for an upcoming fashion show. Here Trang takes a breather from her runway drills to flex some poised glances for the camera.(Photo by Xavier Aaronson)
Sunday at the Met Museum is basically one big obstacle course of feet-dragging tourists. But after spotting a babe in the distance, it makes all the human slaloming worthwhile. Here is New York fashion designer Emilie Ghilaga whose style colors outside the lines of the Upper East Side uniform with a suede vintage Bogner ski jacket, snakeskin leggings and an irreproachable pair of Chucks. You can check out Emilie’s own collection here. (Photo by Xavier Aaronson)
Sometimes looking at art is easier than looking for your friends. Lucky for us we had a short window of time to intercept this stunning, Mexican-born photography student at the Art Basel Convention Center while she was trying to locate her cabal of compadres. Here’s a moment with Mariel and Carlos Cruz Diez. More photos here.(photo by Xavier Aaronson)
Combination leg tattoo and slight exhibitionism, courtesy of Andrea of Too Legit Too Quilt at the Getty Museum in LA. The tattoo flash exposes a scene from the very Rubens & Bruegel’s painting that Andrea is standing in front of. Meta to the fullest.