The Keith Haring exhibit opening at the de Young museum on Wednesday night to much celebration and fanfare. In the spirit of the artists, guests were encouraged to don eighties attire. Unsure of just how much the theme would be embraced, I deicded to tip a cautious day-glo yellow toe into the eighties water.
The multi-media Keith Haring exhibit was vibrant, bold and political, tackling everything from John Lennon’s assassination and AIDS to nuclear disarmament and racial inequality with captivating energy.
I wholeheartedly recommend checking out the exhibit. In the meantime, enjoy the pics below!
Matching separates are the dress’ sassier spring cousin
This season, I’m digging separates as much as I’m digging the new Beyonce album–which is to say, I’m completely obsessed. A hint of skin peeking out between a crop top and high waisted skirt is simply divine and surprisingly easy-to-wear; trust me, you don’t have to have a taut tummy to rock this look. The key is to wear the skirt up at the natural waist (the narrowest part of your torso) and have the top come down low enough that no more than an inch or two of upper abdomen is exposed. Et voila!
I’m in love with this matching set in an exotic palm print from British retro designer Tara Starlet. The ensemble was reminiscent of old Cuba. I wanted to dance the night away in Havana or, more realistically, frolic all afternoon in Miami!