These photos were taken at the Skirball Cultural Center a few weeks ago. Tamara and I went to check out the Lichtenstein #POPARTFORTHEPEOPLE exhibit. I'm a huge fan of pop and contemporary art, so it was a lot of fun. We even stayed for lunch at the cafe for a chat and catch-up. I definitely recommend visiting if you're in LA (parking is free, too)!
The blouse I'm wearing is strange but it's one of my new favorites, I got it on sale from Rachel Antonoff a while ago. It looks like a colorful non-descript pattern from far away, but if you look at it up close, you'll see it's actually a repeating pattern of illustrated dissected frogs. It's from one of her previous collections and was inspired by a school science fair. I love Rachel Antonoff's quirky and unexpected take on contemporary fashion. She's truly a unique designer who doesn't take herself too seriously. I'm looking forward to her Betty & Veronica collection (take a peek--I'm already obsessed).
Frog print blouse (Rachel Antonoff)
Brown leather skirt (Ann Taylor)
Dark brown ankle boots (c/o Sole Society)
Black tote (Forever 21)
Thanks to Tamara for the photos!
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