Today marks the kick-off of one of the buzziest art fairs on the scene, Frieze New York, where more than 1,000 contemporary artists curate pieces, galleries and experiences unlike any other. As the worlds of fashion and art continue to be inextricably intertwined, we couldn't think of a better time to highlight a few items so exquisite they can instantly elevate your look. Here, five pieces of wearable art for every budget.
This Is such a unique bag, it's a tea pot!!!!!!!! This bag is black with a black damask pattern. On the top it has the black zippering and gold pulley things. At the tippy top it has a gold metal circle thing. Then it has a gold chain with a leather thing where you hold it, you can use as a shoulder bag.
If you’re looking to invest in something special for the new season, turn to NET-A-PORTER for a luxe wardrobe update. This autumn, the online retailer is fully embracing colour with striking reds, blush pinks and fun patterns (think florals, leopard prints and polka dots) taking centre stage. Bright tones not your thing? There’s still plenty of choice for monochrome devotees, with new black, textured designs from the likes of Bella Freud and Topshop Unique – perfect for a bit of an edge.
Nearly two years ago, shop owner Gaelle Drevet replaced Pixie Market‘s Lower East Side brick and mortar with a slightly older, more sophisticated version of itself called Frankie Shop. It quickly become a destination for fashion insiders who hit up Frankie for unique finds from Australian, Korean, Russian and Spanish designers, but also for a wonderfully curated selection of pieces from favorite designers such as Rachel Comey, Rodebjer and Karen Walker. It’s a lucky day for you, non New…