These women are rewriting sensible style’s reputation, serving up looks that can outlast a day of art booth hopping. At last week’s 47th edition of Art Basel in Switzerland, buyers, reporters, and artists embraced bold patterns and chic outerwear, giving the art fair its fair share of glamour.



Dominique Rubin (@domini_unique) blending in with Hans Op de Beeck’s “The Collector’s House.”




@myriambensalah@nadiagrzn, and @julia_trotta mix and matching textures and prints in their b&w ensembles (photo: @the_breeder_gallery).




Art imitating life – life imitating art: @Jelena_von_Olnhausen.




@Baibakovart posing with artist Katharina Grosse, whose bold painting is on display.



Nope it’s not a sculpture, it’s an actual human that happens to be British artist and blow-up doll, Pandemonia Panacea. We’re loving the cat eye sunglasses. photo: @daniele_hillben.



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What if? Nicole, assistant to artist @knowledge_bennett, in front of Yael Bartana’s neon sculpture.


Art Basel may be over, but if it taught us one thing, it’s not merely about matching your bag and shoes, but coordinating your look to your favorite piece of artwork – now that’s #commitment.


top image // @pandemonia99