Chandeliers constructed out of monochromatic goblets and a portrait of Kermit the Frog were just a few of the things that completely dazzled us at last night's opening for the Whitney Museum 2014 Biennial. And there to help guide us through it was BCBG Max Azria's Chief Creative Officer Lubov Azria, who added some of her own texture and color to the scene with a midi-dress from her pre-fall collection and a bold red lip.
"Art and Fashion are one entity, they are deeply tied to self-expression," she told us of BCBG's decision to sponsor this year's exhibition. "The Biennial is very much like fashion week for the Whitney, but what I love most is that this place never plays it safe." Among the 103 artists who left an impression? "Terry Adkins—he created these beautiful metal discs that protrude from the wall." So go ahead, wander through each strikingly distinct nook and find your statement piece now through May 25!
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