Art Fairs Are Out, Instagram Is In

Beyoncé’s stylist and the power duo behind @love.watts talk social capital, while Frieze art wishes it were fashion.

Marni Senofonte

Anohni The Oscar-nominated former frontwoman of Antony and the Johnsons worked with none other than Naomi Campbell on the video for “Drone Bomb Me,” off her new record Hopelessness. Now, Anohni discusses the politically charged album with music critic Laura Snapes for Lenny.

Brioni Foregoing its menswear show at Milan Fashion Week and opting instead for a presentation during Paris Couture (usually a ladies’ affair, and one with very, very specific rules).

Debicki, Elizabeth Tom Hiddleston’s maybe-taller Night Manager co-star. Not that it’s a problem.

Ehrenreich, Alden Spielberg-discovered, Coen-adored, heir apparent to Harrison Ford.

Frieze New York art fair taking over Randall’s Island this week, a strange place where snacks and fashion are art, and food is Soylent.

Senofonte, Marni Beyoncé’s stylist — the woman behind Lemonade‘s myriad looks — talks ’90s inspirations and the future of fashion.

@love.watts The Instagram account proving the future of the art world is virtual. Frieze, watch out.

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Eduardo Navarro for Frieze Projects.

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Alex Katz, “Nine Women,” 2009.

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Jos de Gruyter and Harald Thys, “I Piccoli Pupazzi Sporchi di Pruppà (The Small Dirty Puppets from Pruppa),” 2015. Gavin Brown’s enterprise New York.

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Daniel Keller and Ella Plevin, “Seastead Figures (Polypool),” 2015. Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler.

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Sean Raspet feat. Soylent feat. Nhu Duong at Société Gallery.

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Andy Warhol, “Dolly Parton.” Acquavella Galleries.

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Wael Shawky, “The Secrets of Karbala” marionette, 2014. Sfeir-Semler Gallery.

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Stewart Uoo at Galerie Buchholz.

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Daniel Silver, “Sandy,” 2016. Frith Street Gallery.

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Mai-Thu Perret at David Kordansky Gallery.

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