A young art dealer about town like Andrea Neustein, the director of Miguel Abreu gallery, on New York’s Lower East Side, needs to be fast, chic, and adaptable. Which is why Neustein—whose aesthetic role models are “fictional, sexually active, financially solvent older women” like Rosalind Russell in the 1958 film Auntie Mame—asked her designer friend Lucinda Trask to make her a one-look-fits-all uniform that’s as suitable for handling large artworks as it is for going out to dinner. “I wore this every day to work and to fairs and drinks in May and June,” Neustein says. “I’m not sure anyone even noticed.”
Neustein wears Rosie Assoulin suit, Lady Grey neck cuff, Bibi van der Velden ring, Hermes bracelet, her own tank top and shoes.Photographer: Biel Parklee
Hair and makeup by Jacquelyn Grubbs for Parlor by Jeff Chastain.