As the picture at the top of this blog surely indicates; we shouldn’t be afraid to open our arms and embrace a sunshine-y day wearing our most favorite latex outfit! And it certainly didn’t seem too hot for our best and brightest to wear just about anything they wanted at the yearly platform for global artists to showcase their wares; Miami’s Art Basel.
Art Basel has grown into an annual art and fashion whirlwind of fashion buffs and celebrity. And as with the award shows we have been exploring of late, the stars who attended the see-and-be-scene this past week, stepped out in their finest outfits. And one even in latex.
Although one is sure to spy some celebrities dressed to the nines for the art showcases themselves, the after parties really brought out the amazing couture. There was W Magazine and Burberry’s joint event, as well as a party thrown by Nylon House, Saint Laurent and Prada, taking over club spaces. Just a few of the notables spotted, included Rihanna in a sparkling Khaite shirt and equally bedazzled JW Anderson jeans. Cardi B rocked a wide range of wardrobes; a colorful vintage Hervé Léger, a sheer Alaïa bodysuit for an Offset performance and a cranberry-colored Nensi Dojaka dress. Ciara revealed almost all of one side of her body in a David Koma dress at the Nylon House party. Madonna was in a black lace bustier and fishnets at Saint Laurent’s event. And Pharrell Williams was in full butterscotch head-to-toe quilted leather at the Tiffany & Co. get together.
One of the wildest looks, although not latex, leather or PVC was what Lori Harvey put together. Her outfit was a Burberry denim jumpsuit with a chunky belt, that top of which ran across her bust. It looked as if she was wearing a pair of big jeans.
It was Kim Kardashian though who brough the latex to the festivities. She wore a very thin bespoke bandeau black latex top with a pair of blue, white, gray, and black racer-type pants with over-the-knee boots.
There is no predicting what one will see at the amazing art installations and exhibitions of Art Masel, as well as what couture might be warn.
Until next year…