I had a photo session with Jake Rosenberg from The Coveteur at an Art Basel event a few weeks ago. Albeit a bit late, this post remains relevant– since I assume many people are currently vacationing in Miami or other spots with skyrocketing humidity. Despite the threat of scorching temperatures, it’s important to be comfortable, yet effortlessly chic. But, with talented artists taking over the city, I decided to have some sartorial creativity of my own– in the form of coordinating a motif with vivid and bold prints from head-to-toe. We could call this ‘the art of abstract dressing,’ shall we? Though the notion of endeavoring to create such an ensemble might seem blinding, I mastered mixing-up this combination exquisitely. When pairing prints, it’s important to wear complementary hues– in order to avoid looking tacky or cheap. In this case, my apparel and kicks all had minimal yellow accents, which tied everything together perfectly for a day in the sun. From top to bottom, I teamed an abstract print silk Tibi crop top with my abstract print silk Catherine Malandrino tulip skirt, which I kicked-off with psychedelic Aldo Rise open toe booties, and a vintage monogram Gucci purse.
All photography by Jake Rosenberg of The Coveteur
Standing outside The Webster Miami on Collins Ave. Top: Tibi, skirt: Catherine Malandrino, kicks: Aldo Rise, bag: Gucci.