This past weekend art collectors, celebrities, billionaires and the beau monde conjured at Randall’s Island for the Frieze Art Fair – an annual amalgamation of the art world’s elite. We captured all the Black street style and eye-catching art from the event!
FRIEZE: See All The Marvelous Melanin Street Style And Awesome Art At The Fair was originally published on hellobeautiful.com
1. Coolin’ in her culottes
Stylish no fuss style for easy maneuvering around all the great art! This woman pairs some mauve culottes with graphic print flats for breezy yet chic Sunday style.
2. Gold glasses
Stand out with statement eyewear style!
3. Haute hat
A hat can add character to any ensemble. His multiple patterned plaid button down gave modern day menswear appeal .
4. Old man swag
5. Brilliant and bold!
Have a pattern party in bold style.
6. Sneaker style
7. Mother-Daughter Style
Mother daughter style on Mother’s Day.
8. Wooden braid
Japanese wooden art.
9. Fashionable friends
10. Celebrity designer Charles Harbison with Style & Beauty Editor Danielle James
11. Tantalizing tattoos and sherbert hair.
Accessorize your style with tattoos!
12. Faig Ahmed
13. Cuffed and Converses
Cali Converse style.
14. Mint Julep Style
This art lover channeled the Kentucky Derby for his Sunday style.
15. Art from Uptown and Harlem Gallery in New York
16. Marvelous metallics
Go bold with your brooches in metallics!
17. Art from Uptown and Harlem Gallery in New York
18. Naturally neutral
Neutral colors are trending for Spring 2016!
19. Chanel goes modern
Marvelous metallics for a normally traditional brand.
20. Cardigan style
High top haute style.
21. Read between the lines
…of style, that is.
This tantalizing travel duffle bag can take you to your next weekend getaway!
23. Mini back-pack
Give your next backpack some charm by Mariana Smith!
24. A family of culture!
This Mom lucked out and spent her Mother’s Day viewing art with her beautiful family.
25. Oh ok.
26. Haute hair
Bvlgari sunglasses and haute hair.
27. Mens style
28. Art from The Box Gallery.
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