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top made of stretch velvet, color moonlight blue
€ 398
top made of silk stretch taffetas, color white
€ 839
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Naxos1
€ 839
jacket made of lamb plongé stretch leather, color black
€ 1,849
jacket made of lamb plongé stretch leather, color black
€ 1,998
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overall aus floral lace • crêpe mix, farbe schwarz
€ 1,598
jacket made of lamb plongé stretch leather, color black
€ 1,849
top made of silk stretch taffetas, color black
€ 839
Super Slim Fit
dress made of stretch crespina, color black
€ 1,298
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midi dress made of satin duchesse, color black
€ 1,249
top made of silk stretch taffetas, color white
€ 729
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Naxos3
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short cocktail dress made of stretch satin duchesse, color black
€ 1,249
poncho made of metallic voile, color black
€ 298

Styling Tips: Dressing for the First Showing and Other Cultural Events:

  • Transformation is the name of the game. Sometimes it’s not so easy to find the right outfit for the next reception party. Fortunately, fit & flare dresses, even those in subtly shimmering fabrics, knee-length designs or in a modern midi length, are veritable all-rounders that will create a confidently elegant look at art exhibitions during the day. In the evening, they can be glammed up with some chic heels for the post-opening party.
  • Avoid clichés. Wearing black to an art exhibition? Boring and uninspired! Ladies take note – Grand openings are a chance to take your look to the next level. Create your very own secret dress code and focus on exciting fabrics, colors and prints!
  • State of the art! At cultural events, dresses in sculptural cuts and intricately woven fabrics will draw attention and impress every art critic! Nothing can stand in the way of your museum-ready entrance.
  • Whether you’re attending an art opening or strolling through the major trade shows and key cultural events – a dress on its own is not enough to create the perfect look. You will certainly be outside from time to time. A fuss-free jacket or a chic blazer is ideal here, especially when it gets a little chilly outside.
  • Travel companions: Particularly when you’re on the move again from one expo to the next, traveling light can feel more precious than a newly-discovered Picasso. To achieve this, opt for smart separates that you can always mix and match in new and surprising ways. A fabulous print skirt, for example, looks casual with a T-shirt, elegant with a dark silk blouse, and dramatic when paired with another print. The possibilities are almost endless, while your luggage remains light and compact.

What Should I Wear to the Exhibition Opening?

Fortunately, the dress code for private viewings is rarely specified. After all, this is where creative people come together, and they want to express themselves with their fashion choices too. That said, it can be fun to adapt your style to the event in question. Pop art? How about some expressive, loud prints! Architectural preview? Artfully constructed cuts would make a well-chosen addition. And for the Venice Biennale? Interpret your look with an Italian sense of style.

If you’re working in the art world and do business at trade shows, you should give your look an appropriate business twist. A perfectly tailored blazer will give your evening outfit at the vernissage a more official look. Be sure to pay attention to the quality of the material, though. Fine Italian wool is wonderfully comfortable to wear, even on your busiest days.

Would you like to see more? Discover artistic cuts, stunning fabrics, and state-of-the-art designs in our Talbot Runhof boutiques and online. We will be happy to advise you.