Thursday, May 2, 2013

Max Mara and the Whitney Museum Celebrate Art

Andrea Marshall - Max Mara Navy Silk Chiffon Jumpsuit
The Whitney Art Party is the latest VIP event that is the talk of the town. It took place last night, on May 1st, at the Skylight at Moynihan Station in New York City.

The celebration included an art auction. There was even a preview of the auction items on the site Artsy. Tickets for this event started at $450.

Max Mara sponsored the event and naturally, there were plenty of glamorous peeps in the fabulous design house's labels; Max Mara and Sportmax.

 The Art Party proceeds benefit the Independent Study Program and other education initiatives of the Whitney Museum of American Art. The Art Party is organized by the Whitney Contemporaries.




Maria Giulia Maramotti – Max Mara Red Silk One-Shoulder Jumpsuit

Olivia Wilde – Max Mara Green Print Silk Chiffon Long-Sleeved Dress


Giovanna Battaglia –Max Mara Purple Silk Blazer with Max Mara Purple Silk Pants


Nichole Galicia – Max Mara Red Silk Off the Shoulder Dress


Francesca DiMattio – Sportmax Black Jersey Jumpsuit
Lola Montes Schnabel – Max Mara Black Silk Chiffon Dress with Ruffle Neckline

Kate Lanphear – Sportmax Black Leather Skirt
Leandra Medine - Max Mara Leopard and Plaid Print Silk Skirt with Matching Max Mara Leopard and Plaid Print Bomber




Sara Armenta - Max Mara Leopard Print Halter Dress
Lauren Remington Platt – Max Mara Black Silk Chiffon Military Blazer and Pant


Hannah Bronfman –Sportmax Green Neoprene Jacket, Sportmax White and Green Cotton Sleeveless Sweater and Sportmax Green Leather Skirt


Jane Keltner de Valle – Max Mara Black Silk Chiffon Dress with Flutter Sleeve


Harley Viera Newton – Max Mara Black and White Boomerang Print Cotton Pant and Matching Jacket

Update: I added a few more pictures from the party below.



Giovanna Battaglia & Ambra Medda

Pippa Cohen, Giorgio Guidotti & Giovanna Battaglia 

Maria Giulia Maramotti & Ambra Medda

Photo credit: Getty Images

No comments:

Post a Comment

Please note, comments are welcome. Spam and obvious plugs for publicity are not.