Pari Ehsan at Skarstedt Gallery

Ehsan pairs a Dior dress with George Condo paintings at Skarstedt Gallery. Photo by Tylor Hou.

Pari Dust is not your average personal style blog. Created in 2013 by former architect and interior designer Pari Ehsan, the site (and its wildly popular Instagram feed) mixes pieces from Ehsan’s favorite runway collections and art shows around the globe. On planet Pari Dust, a structured Tod’s leather blouse meets Bosco Sodi at Pioneer Works, a feminine Zac Posen frock pops against Richard Meier’s minimal Getty Center, and an ethereal floor-length gown by The Row looks right at home among Tara Donovan’s clouds at Pace Gallery. Before jetting off to Art Basel Miami Beach where a full social calendar awaits her, the art and fashion lover shares a few of her favorite things for the festival and beyond.

Define your style in three words:
Minimal, experimental, graphic.

Daily uniform:
Black lace-up Chanel boots, black high-waist pants and a sweater or turtleneck bodysuit.

Greatest hits:
Theyskens’ Theory black mesh dress, Saint Laurent glitter boots.

Preferred footwear:
Boots always.

Finishing touches:
YSL Faux Cils Shocking Eyeliner, Jin Soon Nail Polish.

Nighttime look:
Dress with interesting details, architectural or mod cut, lace-up platforms or boots.

One look you can’t wait to wear at Basel:
Karla Spetic crop top and skirt in mother-of-pearl print.

Best recent discovery:
New designer Rosetta Getty.

Favorite stores:
Karma Books and Curve in New York; The Webster in Miami.

Style pet peeve:
Anything overdone.

Style icons:
Anna Karina.

Last purchase:
Paul Andrew orange suede shoes.

Lusting after:
Saint Laurent leather jacket.

What are you most excited to see at Basel?
The Rubell Family Collection’s commissioned solo exhibitions.

Favorite haunts:
My neighborhood favorites are Dimes and Forgetmenot.

Miami must-visit:
I love The Raleigh—the pool, the architecture, coffee bar, everything.

Fall must-have:
Shrimps faux fur coat.

What’s always in your bag:
Mophie powerstation.